The Evansville High School (EHS) Alternative Education Program utilizes three primary approaches to help our students who are enrolled in the program due to being At-Risk, credit deficient, or other variables.  The three approaches are as follows:

  1. Competency-based – This is our primary approach that uses existing credits/competency currency exchange through the successful completion of project-based competencies.  Students may also concurrently take courses at EHS if they so choose. 
  2. GED Option #2 – The GEDO2 system uses existing credits/HSED exams at Blackhawk Technical College, in addition to a Health, Careers and Employability, and Civics requirement.
  3. ChalleNGe Academy – The National Guard ChalleNGe academy is a specialized program at Fort McCoy designed to produce graduates with values, skills, education, and self-discipline to succeed as adults.