Frontier Families are invited to sign up for enrichment courses offered at Frontier this February. The course descriptions are attached and listed below.
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.
A learning plan customized to your career path and interests.
A flexible program that makes it possible to learn from almost anywhere.
Access to Anchorage School District (ASD) schools and programs, sports and activities.
Photo: Frontier students planning for life after high school.
INSPIRE YOUR MATH STUDENT
Use the Frontier Learning Profile to best understand how your child learns.
Customize your math class. Choose the best curriculum for each child.
Student allotments can be used for at-home or community-based tutors.
Math tutoring available at our Anchorage and Eagle River offices.
Enroll in a math class at a local school.
School Governance OUR VISION: EVERY STUDENT PREPARED TO NAVIGATE THEIR OWN FRONTIER
2019-2020 Frontier Charter School APC members
- Steve Darrell, Chairman
- Cal Dunham
- Frank Schneider
- Jerry 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.
The next APC meeting will be held January 23, 2020 at 2:00-3:30 pm.
Recent Meeting Minutes:
Introducing Jerry Finkler Principal of Frontier Charter
Jerry is a long-time Alaskan resident with 24 years of experience homeschooling his children. He understands the needs of the area’s homeschooling parents and is committed to providing resources, flexibility and customer service.
Retired Principal Scott stated, “We are excited about Frontier’s future. Jerry brings a depth of experience to the table from several important perspectives. He and his wife Shelley have homeschooled their children, and he has worked as both an resource teacher and administrator in a publicly-funded homeschool setting, so he ‘gets it’.
Now, Jerry is thrilled to partner with parents to help each Frontier student meet their personal goals.