Interagency Alternative School Programs

This cooperative interagency effort meets the needs of the whole learner. Each school program is designed to meet the needs of a specific student population.

Nontraditional School Programs (NSP) Graduation Registration

The NSP graduation will be held at 3 p.m. on June 4th, 2019 at Woodson High School.

Interagency Alternative School (IAS) programs provide staff, materials, and direction to nine types of programs at various locations in Fairfax County.  Some of these programs are co-funded with other public agencies.  IAS programs use an open enrollment model. They accept both Hearings Office and electively-placed students.  

Students served in these programs may have exhibited problems in the following areas: 

  • truancy
  • serious delinquency
  • poor school performance
  • substance abuse
  • criminal behavior
  • abuse and neglect
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • school refusal
  • conditional expulsion
  • family dysfunction

For more information, please contact your child’s school counselor or call 571-423-4202. More information on Interagency Alternative School programs is available in our program profile