ANSEP students can go from finishing eighth grade to a Bachelor’s degree in five years with Acceleration Academy!
- ANSEP families can save $75,000 or more in college costs when their students attend an ANSEP full time Acceleration Academy high school.
- Starting the clock in ninth grade, the expected cost to local/state/federal government of a degree at the University of Alaska Anchorage is nearly $300,000 because only about one third of students attempting degrees succeed after 10 years.
- Using the same criteria with the ANSEP model, the cost is less than $100,000, remediation is eliminated, and the social cost of failure is reduced.
Residential Acceleration Academy and Kotzebue.
The new Residential Acceleration Academy allows any high school student in Alaska to live on the Anchorage UAA campus during the academic year and complete 3 years of college credits at no cost to the student and their family.
We offer programs from kindergarten through graduate, summer and school year, and in state-wide locations.
ANSEP is working with thousands of students from more than 100 communities starting in Kindergarten and every year through the PhD. Click below to explore ANSEP’s components and all of the opportunities available for students.
New Residential and Kotzebue Acceleration Academies are now available
New Acceleration opportunities are now open in Kotzebue and residentially in Anchorage! Students who participate can go from eighth grade to a BS degree in five years and earn high school and college credit. Students from anywhere in the state are able to participate this upcoming semester. Learn more and apply here.
Across Alaska and the U.S., 21 ANSEP students prepare for college and careers with paid internships
This summer 21 of Alaska’s best and brightest are participating in the ANSEP’s Summer Bridge opportunity, which develops recent high school graduates socially and professionally for college and future STEM careers by placing them in summer internships with ANSEP strategic partners. Over the course of nine weeks, students are participating in paid summer internships in engineering, science or business. Read More…