Education and programs

Alaska Studies at the Center

Alaska Studies students experience culture, fulfill course requirements and visit the Center FREE.   Designed for 11th Grade students to meet ASD Alaska Studies course requirements for grades 9-12 Native students enrolled in a high school program.  Program is FREE.

Program Details

The Alaska Native Heritage Center is partnering with the Anchorage School District by offering a FREE visit to the Center for all Alaska studies students. Teachers may assign the Research Guide or one of their own design.

Program Details

  • Alaska Studies students are welcome during selected hours for self-guided tours. (See Center availability below.)
  • Students are encouraged to visit the Center during our free winter monthly events.
  • Students are advised to call 330-8000 to ensure that the Center is open.
  • Students should plan to spend from two to three hours at the Center to complete their assignment.
  • Students have FREE admission to the Center when they show their student ID and either this Research Guide, or a similar study guide from an instructor.
  • FREE admission as an Alaska Studies student also includes FREE admission for one adult chaperone.


Alaska Studies students experience culture, fulfill course requirements and visit the Center FREE. Designed for 11th Grade students to meet ASD Alaska Studies course requirements.

The center is available for students  
September 4, 2016 - April 14, 2017  
Tuesday - Friday  
2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.  

During these times the Center is operating the High School After-School Program for students. Alaska Studies students may observe the program as they complete their assignment. This opportunity is NOT available on days during ASD school closures and days the program has been canceled due to weather. Please call in advance to confirm the program is happening on the day you plan to come.