Sandy McCoy Positive Alternative Campus: PASS Program
Our digital curriculum and distance instructional model provides an educational opportunity for students who need a flexible schedule, mentoring, academic instructional support, individualized tutoring, attendance accountability, and social and emotional support.
P.A.S.S. (Positive Alternatives for Student Success) is an open enrollment program, adding students on a weekly basis as space becomes available. Juniors and seniors with a minimum of 5.5 credits are eligible for PASS. The P.A.S.S. program focuses on self-paced academic progress to better accommodate students with adult responsibilities, such as living on their own, teen parenting, working full time, caregiving, coping with health issues as well as those students who have academic factors including dropped out, behind on credits, and age restrictions.
P.A.S.S. students must adhere to academic and attendance requirements to remain full time students in the program. Coursework requires 80% competency on all assignments, projects, and capstones. P.A.S.S. offers all required high school courses, as well as elective courses that emphasize fitness, life skills, and career exploration. Academic progress and attendance can be monitored by students using StudentVue and by parents using ParentVue. Students receive a Kingman Online Learning Academy diploma and are eligible to participate in KHS/LWHS sports and extracurricular activities based on the student's zoned attendance area.