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Jefferson County High School is available for adults and youth 16 years old or older who have withdrawn from high school. These students are still able to earn a diploma by attending the Jefferson County High School. Qualified students may begin at any time, work at their own pace, and earn credits needed for graduation. The program operates on a flexible schedule at multiple sites, which allows students to schedule classes around work and other commitments.

Independent Study Through Correspondence

In 1996, JCHS expanded its alternative educational opportunities when it began operating the Independent Study office for the district. This program provides opportunities for students to meet their needs through independent study work by correspondence.

Paper-Pencil Curriculum Source for Alternative Programs

Jefferson County High School has developed a curriculum that is individualized, self-paced and teacher-designed. As of January 2014, the JCHS program and/or curriculum materials have been used in 300 school district/agencies in 27 states.

Sites

Jefferson County High School's administrative offices are located at Dawson Orman Education Center. Our students attend the sites listed below. Click on the links for directions.

Dawson Orman Education Center

Ahrens

Fairdale

Iroquois

Jaeger

Online Curriculum Source for Alternative Programs

In 2000, JCHS expanded its alternative educational opportunities when it began operating JCPSeSchool. This program provides opportunities for students to meet their needs in an online environment with highly qualified teachers grading coursework and encouraging student success.

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