Here's how to get started!
Through GLCA programs, you'll receive hands-on, real-world experience that focuses on your talents and interests. If you are a high school student—or soon will be—follow these steps to get started with college, career, or workforce readiness programs.
If you currently attend one of the high schools listed below, please contact your school counselor for the enrollment form link:
Harrison - Due January 26, 2024
Jefferson - Due February 9, 2024
McCutcheon - Due December 16, 2023
West Lafayette - Due February 9, 2024
All other schools, please complete the Enrollment Form for Fall 2024 Start Date.
Whether you know exactly what you want to do or have no idea, with the assistance of your school counselor, they'll help you learn more about your interests and walk you through the next steps. Please complete the GLCA Enrollment Form and talk to your high school counselor. Contact information can be found below.
Greater Lafayette Career Academy programs are available to grade 11 and grade 12 students who attend the following Indiana high schools: Harrison, Jefferson, McCutcheon, Tippecanoe Online Academy, and West Lafayette. Home school and private school students who live within the boundaries of our sending school districts are also eligible to apply to Greater Lafayette Career Academy. Lastly, students from outside the Greater Lafayette Career Academy sending school districts are able to apply for seats that remain open after the Greater Lafayette Career Academy enrollment process concludes if their superintendent and Greater Lafayette Career Academy enter into a specified agreement.
Greater Lafayette Career Academy Career Programs are often at capacity, so enrollment is competitive. Enrollment requests are scored using objective data such as attendance, behaviors, credits toward diploma completion, Grade Point Average (GPA), and prior course enrollments.
Please note that each Greater Lafayette Career Academy program page, found at https://www.glcareeracademy.com/academics, provides prerequisite requirements and Academic Standards for Success. These standards were developed using input from licensed program instructors, employer partners, postsecondary partners, and the Indiana Department of Education’s Content Area Standards for Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects. Student readiness to participate is crucial for program enjoyment and success because program pacing and assessments are aligned with the elevated standards of university partners, industry-recognized credentials, and employer expectations.
Due to academic and safety considerations in Greater Lafayette Career Academy programs, Greater Lafayette Career Academy holds the final determination of enrollment.