Frontier's Purpose: "Helping parents help students take responsibility for their learning".
Frontier's Purpose: "Helping parents help students take responsibility for their learning".


Read how our Business Processes can save you time and energy at Frontier Charter School.



Frontier is now Enrolling for the 2017/2018 School Year. Click here for more information:






This is a great opportunity for inquirers to learn more about our program.


New parent orientation meetings are held on the following dates. Children are welcome.


Please RSVP to Margie Mitchell at (907) 742-1181 or  email


July 19

12:00-1:00 Anchorage


July 25

12:00-1:00 Eagle River


July 26

12:00-1:00 Anchorage


August 1

12:00-1:00 Anchorage


August 3

12:00-1:00 Eagle River


August 8

12:00-1:00 Anchorage


August 10

12:00-1:00 Eagle River


(Anonymous Survey)




The purpose of this brief survey is to find out your opinions about Frontier Charter School so that we can improve our service to home school families. For your convenience there are only 4 survey items. 


Please click on the link below to take the survey.

Click Here


AdvancedED Global Standard For Excellence In Education


Frontier has earned full accreditation as a quality institution with the AdvancEd Accreditation Commission. 

Frontier meets the five AdvancED Standards for Quality and engages in a process of continuous innovation and improvement.



Graduates earn a High School Diploma from the Anchorage School District.


Anchorage School District Click here to visit the A.S.D. website.

The ASD website is a great resource for students.


After high school

Counseling Page





Sign up for text updates from ASD.


Anchorage School Business Partnerships started in 1991 and has since grown to over 540 partnerships with an economic value of over $2.5 million. They range from a one person business to large organizations. The organization is supported by both the Anchorage School District and the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce. Anchorage School Business Partnerships operates as a non-profit corporation with a Board of Directors that provides guidance and direction for the program as a whole. Partnerships range from a one-person business involved with a school to large corporations involved with many schools and sometimes districtwide. Each partnership starts with an agreement in which both the business and the school outline what the expectations are for each party. 


Frontier's School Business Partners for year 2016-2017


What are the benefits of School Business Partnerships? 


Here's what business people and educators report:

  • Business partners become enlightened about the current school environment and are provided the ability to give input into the curriculum.
  • Business partners gain a greater understanding and appreciation of the current educational, social, economic and cultural demands of the contemporary school on students and their families.
  • Business partners witness how school partners responsibly use resources provided through tax dollars, state funding and bonds.
  • Students gain a mentor and/or see adults as positive role models and this builds assets for students that increase odds for success.
  • Business partners see youth in a positive light to counter mostly negative media exposure.
  • Business partners receive the intrinsic satisfaction of knowing they have made a positive and worthwhile difference in the lives of students.
  • Business partners provide students with real world expectations to support the schools, e.g. arrive to class on time; take math classes; respect others.
  • Students gain awareness of current workforce environments and of occupations and career opportunities.
  • Educators gain insight into the current workforce demands/needs that may be applicable to the curriculum they teach.
  • Business partners gain insight into today's youth and the trends and motivations of the future workforce.
  • Business partners provide financial and staff support to the school to develop skills that are 'above average' for entry-level employees.
  • Business partners receive Volunteer/Service Credit that benefits the business, student and community.
  • Business partners have the opportunity to network among their peers in business and schools.
  • Business partners have community partnering opportunities as well as advertising and promotion possibilities.

For more information on becoming a school business partner go to the 
Anchorage School District School Business Partnership 

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