Advanced Learners Curriculum
Reaching Students Outside of the Box
K12 and Idaho Technical Career Academy (ITCA) understand that academically gifted students don’t fit into a box—whether it’s a classroom or a one-size-fits-all education program. Teaching advanced learners is about challenging their minds and allowing them the freedom that comes from flexible, personalized learning using engaging curriculum—all of which we provide.
The Right Solutions for Advanced Learners
Academically gifted students can thrive at ITCA because they can learn at their own pace. The K12 high school academic curriculum includes comprehensive and honors-level courses that allow students to dive deep into subjects of interest. And our teachers focus on helping each student reach their full potential.
College Courses in High School
ITCA students can earn college credits from Idaho’s top public colleges and universities while fulfilling their high school requirements. Our students can participate in Idaho’s Advanced Opportunities program, making the most of their high school years by earning college credits for challenging coursework.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Advanced Opportunities?
Enrolling in an Advanced Opportunities class allows qualified students to apply credit earned at a partner institution to both their high school diploma and postsecondary degree. In Idaho, this program is sometimes also referred to as “Fast Forward” or dual credit.
Is there a tuition requirement for dual enrollment?
The state of Idaho provides every student attending an Idaho public school an allocation of $4,125 to use toward Advanced Opportunities in grades 7–12. The funds can be used for a variety of offerings including dual credits (up to $75 per credit).
How many college credits can my student earn while in high school?
What courses are offered?
From which colleges can students earn credit?
When taking a college level class at ITCA, your student can earn credit from College of Eastern Idaho, College of Southern Idaho, College of Western Idaho, Idaho State University, Lewis and Clark State College, North Idaho College, Northwest Nazarene University, Boise State University, or University of Idaho.
How do I enroll my student in dual enrollment courses with ITCA?
First, you need to enroll your student at ITCA and talk to your school counselor. Next, you need to create an Advanced Opportunities Account through the state of Idaho and enroll your student in the college from which they wish to earn credit. Once enrolled, your student can simply register for the classes they wish to take.