Computer provided, Unmatched Learning Support, and Much More!
Different Approaches to Learning

The Kansas Online Learning Program (KOLP) offers innovative, effective educational experiences while utilizing state-of-the-art technology, an interactive and engaging curriculum provided by Lincoln Empowered and Edgenuity and the guidance and support of highly qualified, Kansas certified teachers.  See how your student can benefit.

Learning that fits your schedule

At KOLP, we work with you and your busy schedule. Our students can access and complete coursework anywhere there is Internet access and at any time, with all materials provided at no cost. The goal of KOLP is to ensure that all students have access to unlimited opportunities to learn anytime and that they have the tools that make this possible.

Kansas Adult Learner Program 

The Kansas Online Learning Program’s Adult Learner Program is open to all Kansas residents who have not received their high school diploma. Those adults that have received their GED are also eligible for enrollment. Students who graduate from the program will receive their diploma from the Centre School District, a Kansas accredited school.


We love Little Lincoln! My kids love the  characters and the curriculum is easy to use and follow. They are excited and look forward to school each day. They are learning so much from the Little Lincoln curriculum..

— Melody, Little Lincoln parent, Wichita, KS

This has been my first year schooling both of my boys with an online program.  I have consistently been very impressed with both the thoroughness with which KOLP prepared the parents and the students, and their responsiveness all year to any questions or issues I had.  The Student Learning Advocates are a marvelous resource and I feel that they truly care how my children are doing in their schoolwork.

— Heidi, Little Lincoln parent, Fort Riley, KS

I enjoyed KOLP and how easy it was to access the courses and the extra time for coursework. I also liked how you had your online books to study out of and how you could contact your teacher for help. Everybody was very nice. Thank you for letting me enjoy it.

Beatriz, high school student, Long Island, KS