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JCPSeSchool Courses Now Have Pretesting

In a very innovative move, JCPSeSchool has added pretesting to many of its courses. Students that have previous knowledge about content are able to pretest out of the material and move on. Pretesting ranges from individual lessons to entire units.
Click here to see a full description of how our pretesting works.

Our Newest Graduate

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Elizabeth Vissing just received her diploma today. She is one of many success stories here at JCPSeSchool . Here is what Elizabeth had to say.

"Being a part of JCPSeSchool was a very rewarding experience. It was very challenging but worth it in the end. I want to thank all the teachers that reached out to help me get finished.
I plan on going to Jefferson Community and Technical College in the fall to become an art therapist. I can't wait to see what the next four years have in store for me!"

Click the link below to see a calendar for office hours for the JCPSeSchool office.

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NCAA Eligibility

“Coursework from JCPSeSchool does not meet NCAA nontraditional core-course legislation. Coursework from students who enrolled on or after June 5, 2012, cannot be used. Coursework from students prior to June 5, 2012, will be reviewed individually. An individual review requires the production of student-specific and course-specific materials.” - NCAA Eligibility Center

Jefferson County High School (JCPSeSchool) will continue to provide student-directed, self-paced curriculum developed by highly qualified Kentucky teachers. Students are allowed the flexibility to start and finish courses on any given day. Our teachers facilitate one-on-one communication with each individual student. Currently, NCAA member institutions grant approval to teacher-directed, trimester/semester-based programs with whole class discussions. Artie Dietz, JCPSeSchool






JCPSeSchool partnered with Articulate to win the Learning Impact Award in 2007.
We were internationally recognized for our use of technology in our classes.


JCPSeSchool is a branch of Jefferson County High School and is therefore accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and School Council on Accreditation and School Improvement.