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Bus & Transportation Options

Academy District 20 provides safe, dependable and efficient daily bus service for students. Transportation details.
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District Provided Devices

We are committed to providing every student with learning opportunities through a District Provided Device (DPD). Providing each student with a device provides a guaranteed and viable curriculum, prepares students for the next level of their educational experience, and ensures fair and equitable access to learning for all students. More about District Provided Devices.
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School Meals and Menus

We believe it’s important to provide balanced, nutritious meal options for our students. In addition to supporting overall health, nutrition plays an important role in learning by providing the energy students need to focus, process information and learn. Additional detail on meals and menus.

Special Education

Academy District 20 believes all students, regardless of disability, should be supported and encouraged to reach their potential. We offer a continuum of services and alternative placements that provide students with specialized instruction, while also minimizing the impacts of their disability.

English as a Second Language (ESL)

English as a Second Language (ESL) assists culturally and linguistically diverse students in developing social and academic English proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing for meaningful access to grade level content. ESL details.

Graduation Requirements

Students in Academy District 20 must earn 50 credits and meet Reading, Writing, and Communicating and math requirements as outlined in our Administrative Policies IKF and IKF-R. Details on graduating from our district.

Request Your Transcript or Diploma

Graduates and former high school students of Academy District 20 may obtain a transcript of graduation verification. Details on getting a transcript.