High School FlexCAP
Flexible course alternative for a student who previously failed
FlexCAP courses are built to Montana standards with a proficiency-based assessment philosophy throughout. Students need to show mastery of the concepts presented before moving on to new material in the course. This model has proven to be an award-winning formula for students who have previously failed the course.
Base program for local transformational learning programs
The FlexCAP model allows schools to build additional Transformational Learning opportunities on top of the FlexCAP courses. Since FlexCAP courses provide a Montana teacher of record for each subject area, schools are free to create additional programs with the local staffing that is available. FlexCAP courses are available to all students who are looking for a proficiency-based approach to learning — one tied to mastery, not seat time.
Requirements in the FlexCAP format
The FlexCAP program is a local school-based program that requires school personnel to proctor all student assessments.
Additional highlights include:
- A local school-based program that requires school personnel to proctor all student assessments.
- Students are provided 11 weeks to complete one quarter part course.
- Students who do not complete the course in 11 weeks can be re-enrolled and pick up right where they left off. (additional cost-share applies; see cost-share details.) Open to all students to enroll anytime throughout the school year.
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“I am very thankful for this program because it helped me catch up and for that, I am able to graduate on time. ” -Government A FlexCAP Student
“I am glad that this system is available to help students recover their credits. I am amazed at the ease of use for it too. ” -English 3A FlexCAP Student
“I just want to say thank you for giving us this option to get caught up. It has tremendously helped me with my education and without this program I would not be graduating with my class next year.” – English 4B Student