Alaska’s Homeschool Correspondence Programs
There are 35 correspondence programs funded by the state of Alaska. These programs provide annual allotments for students to help cover items related to the student’s education including but not limited to curriculum, books/textbooks, school supplies, technology, tutors, classes/instruction/lessons and extracurricular activities (physical education/art/music).
Some of the correspondence programs are considered ‘statewide’ meaning the program is based in a specific school district but students anywhere in the state are allowed to enroll. Statewide correspondence programs will have various offices in other cities/communities outside their designated school district. If a program is not statewide, you must live in the program’s designated district in order to enroll.
We’ve compiled an extensive list of Alaska’s correspondence programs with information including each program’s location, whether the program is statewide, the number of students & teachers enrolled (figures from 2019-2020 school year), allotment totals, whether the program provides an allotment for preK students, and the annual school spending amount per student.
LEARN MORE: Annual Allotments for Alaska Homeschoolers
ALASKA CORRESPONDENCE PROGRAMS (alphabetical order)
Alaska REACH Academy (STATEWIDE)
Denali PEAK (STATEWIDE)
Distance Learning Center (STATEWIDE)
Fairbanks B.E.S.T. (STATEWIDE)
Fast Track (STATEWIDE)
FOCUS Homeschool (STATEWIDE)
IDEA – Interior Distance Education of Alaska (STATEWIDE)
LEAD Correspondence (STATEWIDE)
Mat-Su Central School (STATEWIDE)
PACE Correspondence (STATEWIDE)
PAIDEA Cooperative (STATEWIDE)
Raven Correspondence (STATEWIDE)
Totem Correspondence (STATEWIDE)
Upstream Learning (STATEWIDE)
Valdez Homeschool (STATEWIDE)