Advanced Opportunities & Dual Credit
Idaho Digital Learning Alliance (IDLA)
IDLA works with students to prepare them for a smooth transition toward their chosen path after high school.
Students can individualize their high school learning plan to get a head start on their journey. These options include dual credit, workforce training, certification exams, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs.
The State Department of Education’s Advanced Opportunities program allows students to individualize their learning plan to get a jump start on their future beyond K-12.
Student Opportunities Assistance Program (SOAP)
The Student Opportunities Assistance Program (SOAP) is a non-public school program that allows students not attending an Idaho public school to access funds for the reimbursement of approved college course costs taken for dual credit and/or specified exams
Dual Credit Registration
To receive college credit from a dual course, students must register with both IDLA and the college of university offering credit.
Advanced Placement courses are online classes that offer rigorous, college-level curricula that allow high school students the opportunity to earn college credit in high school.