Students create a map of the Caribbean, as part of their world studies.
Students create business plans and present their product designs
in their own version of Shark Tank.
Students learn about the movement of a horse in Equine Science class.
At our Mae Olson Education Center (MOEC), each student's educational program is tailored to his or her unique needs and learning style.
The small class size (6:1 student/teacher ratio) allows for individualized attention and instruction. MOEC offers a credit recovery program. Students have the option to graduate from MOEC with a Wyoming high school diploma or when determined to be beneficial to the student, can earn a HiSET (formally GED). The school registrar maintains contact with each youth’s home school district to ensure a smooth transition back to his or her home school and graduation requirements are being met.
The core classes offered fulfill the WY Department of Education’s standards for students in every age group such as:
elementary school, junior high school, and high school. These courses meet the requirements for receiving a high school diploma in the State of Wyoming, the State of California, and can be added to or redesigned for the completion of a high school diploma in other states.
The elective courses offered at MOEC are designed to fulfill the required electives for the State of Wyoming, the State of California, and may be added to or changed to fulfill requirements for other states.
According to the WY Department of Education’s standards, each student will enroll in a variety of elective classes in order to complete the 7 required credits for the receipt of a high school diploma.
Special Education classes are meant to address the specific learning needs of each student.
The methods used in these classes are based upon the Individual Education Plans (IEP) of each student. However, they may include an individual reading, group reading, independent and/or collaborative work plan, and one-on-one assistance in all subject areas.
Our Deaf Education Program is designed to improve skills based on the unique needs of learners who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing using a bilingual-bicultural philosophy.
A modified, differentiated curriculum builds on the individual students’ previous knowledge and strengths as well as working on each of the areas they struggle.
For a comprehensive curriculum guide detailing the specific courses that we offer, please click on the button below.
FAX: (307) 745-8223 (Please use this number when requesting school records) | PHONE: (307) 721-1549