According to collegesanduniversitiesinusa, Kodiak Island Borough is located in Alaska and encompasses Kodiak Island and adjacent islands. The Kodiak Island Borough School District serves the entire borough, providing educational opportunities to over 4,000 students. The district consists of five elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school and several alternative learning programs. Kodiak High School is the only high school in the district and serves about 800 students from all over the borough. Kodiak High School offers a wide range of courses including science, math, language arts and social studies. The school also offers extracurricular activities such as band, chorus, athletics and clubs. The school also provides a variety of vocational programs including automotive technology, welding, culinary arts and business education courses. The elementary schools in the district include Akhiok Elementary School, Alitak Elementary School, Karluk Elementary School, Old Harbor Elementary School and Port Lions Elementary School. These schools offer a comprehensive primary education to children from kindergarten through fifth grade with an emphasis on individualized instruction and student-centered learning. The two middle schools in the district are Larsen Bay Middle/High School (grades 6-12) and Port Lions Middle/High (grades 6-9). These schools provide a comprehensive secondary education with an emphasis on college preparation courses such as Advanced Placement classes as well as career readiness courses such as business education courses. The district also provides several alternative learning programs for students who need more flexible or individualized instruction options such as home schooling or online classes. Additionally, some of these alternative programs provide students with the opportunity to pursue college coursework while still attending high school. In addition to its academic offerings Kodiak Island Borough Schools also provides a variety of extracurricular activities for its students including football, basketball baseball softball track field golf tennis cheerleading marching band choir theatre art club dance team robotics club FFA DECA Beta Club Key Club NHS SGA yearbook staff FCCLA Academic Bowl Math Team Science Team Robotics Team Speech Debate Team Mock Trial Team Equestrian Club Bible Club Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Anime Club Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Chess Club Anime & Manga Club Computer Programming/Coding Club Environmental Science Club Robotics & Engineering Technology (RET) Robotics & Automation Technology (RAT). According to usprivateschoolsfinder, the high schools in Alaska are as varied as its landscape. Public schools, private schools, magnet schools, charter schools and alternative high school programs serve Alaska’s diverse student population. Public high schools offer a variety of educational opportunities such as Advanced Placement courses, vocational training, special education services and extracurricular activities. Private high schools provide a more specialized learning environment with an emphasis on college preparation or religious studies. Magnet schools provide students with unique educational experiences that focus on specific subject areas such as science or technology. Charter schools are public institutions that have more autonomy than traditional public high schools to design their own curriculum. Alternative high school programs offer an alternative to traditional learning for students who need additional support or for those who have been expelled from other school settings due to disciplinary issues. All of these options provide Alaska’s students with the opportunity to pursue their educational goals and prepare for college or other post-secondary options.