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  • Education Update
  • Albany Online!
  • Advanced Diploma Program

Board Considers School Facility Needs

Central Elementary School seismic upgradeAs part of their study of the district's future needs, the Board discussed the possibility of reconvening the District Facility Advisory Committee. A similar group of citizens in 2004-2005 identified the growth and repair requirements of school buildings prior to the 2006 bond. The Board approved an application procedure and directed that staff begin recruiting committee members. People wishing to participate in identifying future facility needs are encouraged to apply.

   Read more from the October 28, 2014 Education Update
   Apply: District Facility Advisory Committee

Albany Online! learning program with K¹² and Aventa curriculum.

Albany Online! Learning Program

The Albany Online! learning program offers exceptional learning experiences to k-12 students in Linn and Benton counties. The program is based on decades of education research, and uses K¹² and Aventa curriculum to provide the tools kids need to succeed—in school and beyond. Here's why families have chosen Albany Online! for their kids:

   Individualized learning approaches. The k-12 curriculum
     covers core subject areas and packages high-quality lessons
     with mastery-based assessments. Learn more about K¹².

   Online planning and assessment tools and resources. Hands-
     on materials, ranging from textbooks and microscopes to rocks,
     dirt, and more. Learn more about Albany Online!

Advanced Diploma Program
Advanced Diploma

Advanced Diploma program

The Advanced Diploma program is designed to address the needs of motivated seniors who are seeking a seamless transition into the community college environment.
   Under the program, a high school senior completes all the requirements for graduation. But instead of receiving a diploma, the student remains in the Greater Albany Public School District for an additional year. The student then enrolls in Linn Benton Community College (LBCC), and the school district pays for the student's books and tuition for 12 credits of instruction per term with money received from the State School Fund. Upon completion of the year, the student will receive a high school diploma,have earned 36 college credits, and be well on the way to an Associate's Degree.

    Learn more about the Advanced Diploma Program.