- Cama-i, quyana tailuci!
- (Central Yup’ik)
- "Greetings, thank you for coming!"
What Will My Students Learn This Year?
- General Information
- Child Nutrition
- Early Childhood
- Public School Choice
- Education Programs
- Family, School, Business, & Community Network (FSBCN)
- Local School Board
- Alaska Student Loan Information
- Critique school facilities in within your districts
- It's Back to School Time! Need some information
- Family Engagement Action Plan (pdf)
- Libraries, Archives, & Museums
- The Professional Teaching Practices Commission - where parents and other members of the public can report an educator for unethical behavior.
- Scholarship & Recognition Programs
- Career Technical Education
- Early Learning
- Educational Technology (Title II-D)
- English Learners (Title III-A)
- Homeless Education (Title X-C)
- Improving Basic Programs (Title I-A)
- Migrant Education Program (Title I-C)
- Neglected & Delinquent (Title I-D)
- Safe, Supportive & Successful Schools
- Special Education
- Suicide Awareness, Prevention, & Postvention
Public School Choice
- Charter Schools
- Correspondence Schools
- Alternative Schooling Options
- Adult Basic Education and GED Testing
Have you ever thought of running for a seat on your local school board?
How Do I?
- Find Alaska Performance Scholarship?
- Determine my school district?
- Find alternative education options?
- Apply for student loans?
- Get a copy of my transcripts?
- Find information about Alaska for my school report?
Alaska College Planning & Financial Aid Information
The Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education (ACPE) promotes access to and success in education and career training beyond high school. As part of that mission, it offers a suite of financial aid, including the Alaska Performance Scholarship, the Alaska Education Grant, low-cost student education loans to supplement federal loans and family education loans. In addition, ACPE offers outreach services designed to provide educational access necessary for Alaskans to become peak performers, regardless of their financial status.
The Commission provides:
- programs creating early awareness of the importance of preparing for success in higher education
- education planning tools and resources
- advocacy and support for postsecondary participation in Alaska
- financial aid for college and career training
- education consumer protection through institutional authorization and complaint investigation
For students & parents, ACPE’s web site offers online user account services, including electronic loan applications and detailed loan, scholarship and grant information. You can securely apply for loans, manage your account, and make payments. For schools, it also offers online applications to participate in planning programs: I Know I Can, Kids2College, AKCIS and AKCIS Jr.
Go to acpe.alaska.gov to learn more.