High School Alternative Program

  • The High School Alternative Program (HSAP) provides an alternative educational pathway for students utilizing a self-paced, computer-based approach to instruction coupled with work experience to allow students the opportunity to gain from traditional academic offerings, as well as receive real world know-how.

    Students who graduate from HSAP earn a high school diploma and are recognized in a special graduation ceremony. This diploma is fully accredited with the standards set by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Referrals are made through the student's attendance area high school.

    For more information on HSAP, please contact your school directly.

    If you would like to learn more about this program, contact Theo Fundermann, Assistant Principal at Joesph G. Jacobs Center at (816) 321-6749, or Dr. Chad Sutton at (816) 321-4482

    Graduate holding diploma graduate receiving diploma from Board member Paul Harrell