Graduation Really Achieves Dreams

Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula supports students as they become empowered, lifelong learners who graduate from high school prepared to smoothly transition and realize their postsecondary goals.



As a result of GRAD’s success in the lower 48, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District invited Project GRAD to work with its lower-performing schools on the Kenai Peninsula. We are located in Homer, Alaska and we work with seven schools in the Kenai Peninsula; Nanwalek, Ninilchik, Nikolaevesk, Port Graham, Razdolna, Tyonek and Voznesenka. Continue reading

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Creativity, Assessment, and Learning in Small School Classrooms

Project GRAD’s professional development “Creativity, Assessment, and Learning in Small School Classrooms” was a hit! Timely training to really fill our sails heading into the new school year. Click below for more information.

Cultural Exchange Institute ’17

Come see how Project GRAD and Kenai Peninsula Native Youth Leaders are linking education and culture! Join us to get a peek into all of the exciting projects, institutes, and leadership activities Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula organizes. See you then!

Project GRAD Announces Summer Small Schools Conference