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Riverview Learning Center Announces Changes to CLIP Program for 2023-2024 School Year

The Riverview Learning Center is making exciting changes to the CLIP (Contracted Learning for Individual Pacing) program for the 2023-2024 school year, better meeting the individual needs of each learner. While CLIP is currently only available for students in 11th and 12th grade, beginning next fall, CLIP will be an option for students in Grades 9-12 as an alternative way to earn a high school diploma. Class schedules are related to student learning/graduation plans, developed by school staff with student and parent input, allowing students more voice and choice in their learning.

CLIP is designed to help students build connections between the academic work they engage in now with their future goals to make learning relevant and meaningful. To support this work, students will continue to participate in experiential learning as well as engage in internships based on identified career interest areas. Students attend classes 8-15 hours each week. Parents provide 15-20 hours of monitoring student work from home. Students are assessed weekly. All CLIP students must meet district graduation requirements and pass the state-required assessments during the student’s graduation year to qualify for graduation.

If you would like more information regarding CLIP and changes to the program for the 2023-2024 school year, please contact the Riverview Learning Center at 425-844-4960.


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