Students can fill gaps or enrich your school's program by enrolling directly in one or more GIA courses.
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The Elementary Alternative Programs for Learning Enrichment (APLE K-8) is a collaboration between GIA, the local church or school, and the local conference office of education to provide a Christian education for children who are unable to attend a traditional Seventh-day Adventist school. Churches with small groups of school-age children (usually from 4-8 children) or small schools unable to hire additional teachers may offer a complete elementary program using daily lesson plans prepared by Griggs's experienced teachers in a facility provided by the church or school.
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The High School Alternative Programs for Learning Enrichment (APLE 9-12) was developed cooperatively by the North American Division and GIA to meet the needs of elementary schools and junior academies who have students unwilling to go to a boarding academy hundreds of miles away. By enrolling for APLE High School, such schools are able to use a combination of Griggs and local school resources to offer Grades 9-12 to students who might otherwise enter the public school system.
A senior academy may also use APLE High School to extend its course offerings through the addition of a Griggs course. For example, a number of senior academies have used APLE High School to add foreign language courses. On occasion, and with approval from both conference and union, schools may offer a complete high school program using APLE High School. Students of such schools receive Maryland state-approved Griggs diplomas. APLE High School may be viewed as an interim solution for a school wishing to permanently expand its program.
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Advanced high school or academy students can register for approved Andrews University courses at a low tuition rate. The PreCollege website includes resources for parents and school counselors preparing students for post-secondary study and work.
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