Riverview Learning Center

CLIP

CLIP Program (Contracted Learning for Individual Pacing)

The mission of CLIP is to provide an educational opportunity for students in grades 11-12 who are seeking an alternative way to earn a high school diploma. CLIP has been highly successful in graduating over 170 students as it starts its 16th year of existence.

Each student has a class schedule directly related to their student learning plan (graduation plan). This plan is developed by the CLIP certificated staff with student and parent input if so desired. Full-time CLIP students generally attend classes 8-12 hours each week. Parents provide 15-20 hours of monitoring assignment completion at home. Students are assessed each week in every class.

As a program that is aligned with the state Grade Level Expectations and graduation requirements, all CLIP students must meet Riverview School District Graduation Requirements and pass the state required High School Proficiency Exams (HSPE), and End of Course Assessments to qualify for graduation.

Riverview Alternative Programs Statement of Understanding


CLEAR

CLEAR Program (Cyber Learning Education Alternative at Riverview)

For more information contact the Riverview Learning Center principal, Chris Mirecki

Riverview Alternative Programs Statement of Understanding