NTC’s Alternative High School serves students at risk of not completing high school in a traditional setting.

Approximately 400 students in the NTC district are served annually, receiving the attention necessary to help them succeed both academically and personally.

General Education Development (GED)

The GED test is a computer-based exam that measures skills expected of high school graduates in the areas of reasoning through language arts, math, science, social studies and civics.

Credit Recovery

This program provides a positive option for students who were not meeting success in the more traditional high school setting. Students are given a second chance to stay in high school, further their education and graduated with a meaningful high school diploma.

Have Questions?

Please contact Brooke Schindler with any questions relating to Alternative High School.

Dr. Brooke Schindler

Dean, School of Liberal Arts Transfer, Education & General Studies
Brooke provides leadership to the Alternative High School, the School of General Education and Adult Basic Education teams.