Advanced Opportunities

Student graduating thanks to advanced opportunitiesIdaho Digital Learning Alliance (IDLA) works with students to prepare them for a smooth transition toward their chosen path after High School, whether it’s pursuing a college degree or entering into a career or trade . Starting in Middle School and High School they are provided a variety of options from unique electives, Advanced Placement (AP) and Dual Credit (DC) to Roadmaps, which lead students to industry certificates or a full Associates Degree program at an Idaho college or university. Dual Credit courses are approved through Idaho colleges and universities and Advanced Placement courses are approved by the College Board. Through these advanced opportunities, students can simultaneously earn both high school credits and undergraduate credits.

Dual Credit Registration 

To receive college credit from a dual credit course, students must register with both IDLA and the college or university offering the credit. If students are using Advanced Opportunities funding to pay for the cost of their college credits, they must also be registered in the state Advanced Opportunities Portal. Click on the Registration Information button below and review to make sure you have completed all the required items.

Dual Credit Course List    University Information     Registration Information    Advanced Opportunity Submission Guide


Advanced Placement Classes

Advanced Placement Courses are online classes that offer rigorous, college-level curricula that allow high school students the opportunity to earn college credit in high school. IDLA offers students the chance to enroll in these challenging courses that might not be offered locally or fit into a student’s regular school schedule. Each AP Course is taught by a passionate IDLA teacher who strives to help students achieve success within these advanced academic courses. Students complete their online AP course work through IDLA and, in the spring, take the AP exam in person at a local testing center.

Students planning to take their AP Exams must coordinate with their home school to order the exam within the proper time period. Students will need to identify that the course provider is Idaho Digital Learning Alliance (077) when taking the exam, not their home/face-to-face school. IDLA staff will also be communicating with school Site Coordinators to remind them to assist the AP students with these items.  Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.

More Advanced Placement Information

Advanced Placement Info for Site Coordinators

Next Steps Idaho

Next Steps Idaho Logo Next Steps Idaho is here to help get every student in the state ready for life beyond high school.

Whether you’ve got your sights set on a four-year college, community college, a certification program, career, or the military, we’re here to help—every step of the way. No matter where you are along the path to graduation, Next Steps is here to make sure your next steps are a cinch.

Course Transfer

CourseTransfer.idaho.govCourse Transfer Logo helps students navigate transfer of credit across Idaho institutions. This website was developed by Idaho’s public colleges and universities to help students plan the potential transfer of credits they have earned or intend to earn.

GEM (General Education Matriculation) courses are universally accepted across all state institutions in Idaho. Each institution requires a certain amount of credits to be earned in each category, check each institution for specificity.