• The Individual Student Alternative Education Plan (ISAEP) program is designed for students ages 16 to 18 enrolled in high school programs who are having difficulty finding success in a regular classroom environment.

    Eligibility Requirements:
    • Initial parent meeting
    • Student evaluation/assessment
    • 7.5 grade equivalent or higher on a recognized standardized measure of reading achievement
    • Achieve a passing score (125) on each of the four subtests of the GED Ready Official Practice Tests
    Included in Enrollment (but not limited to):
    • Career assessment
    • Career guidance counseling
    • Mandatory enrollment in a GED preparation program
    • Academic preparation (no less than 15 hours per week)
    • Career and technical education (no less than 10 hours per week)
    • The opportunity to re-enroll in a regular classroom environment at any time 
    ISAEP Completion Requirements
    • Successful completion of the career and technical component/certification
    • Complete an Economics and Personal Finance course
    • Pass the GED test by achieving a passing score (145) on all four subject area tests