Lakeview Course Offerings

A Wide Variety Of Options

Alpine Academy offers both core and elective curricular options with appropriate age/grade level classes for each youth. Classes are taught by experienced educators who are licensed as highly qualified teachers in their content area.  A wide variety of electives and challenging classes create an academic setting that is rewarding and stimulating for students who are highly motivated to learn.  For students who lack academic self-esteem, have learning disabilities, or have developed self-defeating behaviors around school, the comprehensive treatment team will identify underlying causes and target specific skills that will help the student meaningfully access the curriculum.

Our goal is that our students leave our program empowered with the skills they need to live happily and productively within their own families. We prepare both the student and the family for a stable transition from our structured treatment setting to their home environment- equipped with skills that will help them do well at home, in school, at work, and as contributing members of their community.

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    Algebra Readiness

    Algebra 1A/1B

    Algebra 1


    Algebra II

    Pre – Calculus

    Math 1050 and Math 1060 (Utah State University)

    Applied Mathematics

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      Earth Science






      Medical Anatomy & Physiology

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        Social Studies

        World History & Civilization

        United States History

        United States Government



        Social Justice

        Criminal Justice

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          Language Arts

          7th Grade Language Arts

          8th Grade Language Arts

          9th Grade Language Arts

          Honors 9th Grade Language Arts

          10th Grade Language Arts

          Honors 10th Grade Language Arts

          11th Grade Language Arts

          Honors 11th Grade Language Arts

          12th Grade Language Arts

          Honors 12th Grade Language Arts

          Creative writing

          English 1010: Introduction to Academic Writing (Utah State University)

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            Health / Physical Education

            Physical Education

            Health Education

            Emergency Medical Services

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              Adult Roles and Responsibilities

              American Sign Language 1 & 2

              Beginning Guitar

              Child Development


              Clothing 1 & 2


              Financial Literacy

              Foods 1 & 2


              Music Theory

              Spanish I & II

              Study Skills


              Visual Art 1 & 2

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                Club Days are separated into two parts, morning clubs and afternoon rotational learning. These activities supplement the academic curriculum through experiential learning in focused subject areas. Clubs and rotations are organized and led by staff that have particular expertise in the subject area. They change depending upon the season and interests of the youth. Participation in clubs and rotations allow students to learn a topic that isn’t normally offered in the class schedule and gain experience through participatory activities and field trips.