UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES FOR HIGH SCHOOL
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The “Frontier Way”
Frontier provides resources in support of your educational values and goals. We offer the greatest level of freedom to choose the curriculum that you want. Need an instructional vendor? At Frontier, you choose the vendor that you want.
OPTIONS FOR TEENS
Blended Learning: You can take a class at your public school, virtual school, community gym, drivers ed, online, home-school, college, and more!
Create a learning plan customized to your career path and interests with the flexibility to learn from almost anywhere.
Complete high school graduation requirements by taking college classes.
School Governance We offer homeschool families new insights, best practices, and emerging innovations in the world of learning
2019-2020 Frontier Charter School APC members
- Steve Darrell, Chairman
- Cal Dunham
- Frank Schneider
- Gerald Finkler
- Jill Blackstone
- Joyce Burke
- Mary Morgan
Board meetings are held in Frontier’s conference room at 400 W. Northern Lights Blvd., Anchorage, Alaska 99503. Meetings are open to the public. Please join us. Front office phone: 1-907-742-1181.
Frontier Charter School’s Academic Policy Committee (APC) meets a minimum of four times a year. Other meetings are scheduled as needed. In addition, the APC chairperson meets regularly with the chief executive officer to discuss school matters. All APC members are parents, students and/or members of our community. APC members regularly review their charter and, once every 10 years, are required to conduct an extensive rewrite of the charter and resubmit an application to the district and the state.
In the spring of 2014, through the AdvancED accreditation process, the external review team noted the following as a powerful practice: “Frontier Charter School’s Academic Policy Committee (APC) is a model of governance for APC’s statewide. This exceptionally professional and effective group of volunteers strongly supports the mission of the school and promotes a culture that is student centered and is aligned with the mission. An educated and informed board that encourages stakeholder involvement results in improved professional practice and creates an environment for student success.”
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“This is AMAZING!!!! Everyone should know about this. I had [my daughter] use the Tutor.com tonight and I listened to the conversation and interjected where I wanted to ask a question about her paper. It was fabulous!!! So much faster than when I do the proofreading and coaching, too! Thank you so much for sharing this with me!!”