Nontraditional School Programs (includes alternative programs)
Programs include alternative high schools and learning centers, the Interagency Alternative School (IAS), the AIM Program (Achievement, Integrity, and Maturity), state programs, out-of-school support, and the adult high school
Alternative High Schools
Serving students in grades 9-12 (ages 17-22) whose life circumstances could result, or have resulted, in an interruption of their education or in their dropping out of school; or students who may need a smaller school environment to thrive.
Alternative Learning Centers
Alternative learning centers provide educational services for students in grades K-10 in a nontraditional learning environment.
Interagency Alternative School programs (IAS)
This cooperative effort meets the needs of the whole learner. Each program is designed to meet the needs of a specific student population including those who have exhibited truancy, serious delinquency, poor school performance, substance abuse, criminal behavior, abuse and neglect, depression, anxiety, school refusal, conditional expulsion, or family dysfunction.
AIM Program (Achievement, Integrity, and Maturity)
Serving students who have been referred by the Division Superintendent due to serious violations of the code of conduct outlined in the Student Rights and Responsibilities (SR&R) booklet.
State Operated Programs
Educational programs supervised and fully funded by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE).
Educational services for students who are unable to attend school due to illness or disciplinary action.