If your family is PCSing to a remote location, your high school student may be eligible for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) “E2P2” program. E2P2 is a four-year program open to active duty military-connected high school students who are or will attend school districts in select remote locations. Applicants are eligible to take high school courses through DoDEA such as calculus, Spanish, history, English, coding, and many others.

In order to participate, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Must be a school-aged dependent of an active-duty member of the armed forces
  • Must be in high school, grades nine through 12
  • Require supplementary courses to graduate in current state or demonstrate a clear need to participate in the program. A clear need is defined as “the need for a specific course to meet graduation requirements”;  
    • currently assigned to remote/rural location that offers limited academic course offerings
    • required courses to complete an academic content sequence for acceptance into a post-secondary program
    • Homeschool students in need of supplemental courses for state requirements and/or post-secondary programs

Listings of military connected pilot areas, courses, and application are available. For more information, visit your local School Liaison.