All Course Network

Spring 2024 pre-registration closed on Friday, December 8 at 5pm. 

Course lotteries will run on December 12. Additional email communication will be sent once lottery results are available. Please check your EnrollRI dashboard on December 12.

Please see below for more timeline information.

Students in high school for the 2023-24 school year (rising 9th-12th): every semester has a limited number of credit-bearing enrollments. These include dual enrollment, AP, work-based learning and career credential courses. Limits are listed below.

  1. Summer: 1 credit-bearing course
  2. Fall: 2 courses total (both can be credit-bearing)
  3. Spring: 2 courses total (both can be credit-bearing)
  4. Yearlong: count as 1 course for fall and 1 course for spring​

Please note that the EnrollRI system will not alert you to overlapping dates or conflicting meeting times for courses. For this reason, it is the student and/or family’s responsibility to ensure there are no scheduling conflicts in course seat selections.

Last, all course specific information will come from the course provider upon enrollment. MANY providers have additional paperwork they require in order to attend, and all dual enrollment courses require registration at the institution. You can see additional details on the course description by clicking on the “info” link for the course or by contacting the provider directly.

Please note: The ACN program is funded by a federal grant (the Rethink grant), and all open enrollment pre-registrations (i.e., any pre-registrations after the lottery) are subject to RIDE’s approval, consistent with the terms of the grant. The ACN program makes a proportional number of seats available for homeschool, non-public school (private, parochial, etc.) and public school students based on the ratio of non-public to public school students in Rhode Island. At any point in the registration process, non-public and homeschool students may reach the maximum capacity in the ACN program for the current school year. 

The 2023-2024 All Course Network’s Provider Request for Proposal (RFP) window is now closed.

RFP Resources 

To view the sample RFP application, requirements, and sample Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), please click here. 

The ACN team held info sessions for interested ACN Course Providers for the 2023-2024 cycle. The slide deck and presentation recording links are available below: 

2023-2024 Potential Provider Slide Deck available here   

2023-2024 Recorded Info Session available here  

RFP Process Questions & FAQs 

An FAQ from previous cycles is available for reference. Dates have been updated to reflect current 23-24 application period. 


Thursday, September 14

Fall 2023/Year-Long 23-24 Open Enrollment begins; students & families can register for courses with open seats. Courses will be filled through a waitlist process. 

Thursday, September 14-

Friday, December 8 at 5pm

Pre-registration for Spring 2024 courses available. 

September 18 - December 15

Fall & Yearlong semester with varied start/end dates. 

Friday, December 8 at 5pm

Pre-registration closes for Spring 2024 course lottery 

Monday, December 11 @ 12pm

School member course approvals due in EnrollRI 

Tuesday, December 12

Spring 2024 course lotteries run  

Tuesday, December 12 (evening)-Tuesday, January 2 at 11:59pm

Acceptance window for students and families to log into their EnrollRI dashboards and accept spring seats. 

Wednesday, January 3

Spring 2024 Open Enrollment begins 

January 16 - May 24

Spring semester with varied start/end dates.  

Please visit for more information! 

Rhode Island public schools have the opportunity to expand coursework available to their Elementary, middle, and high school students through the All Course Network (ACN).

Enriching experiences with supplemental coursework help students get a head start on postsecondary success, master the skills required of a lifelong learner, and be prepared for jobs in sectors critical to Rhode Island’s future prosperity. The All Course Network is designed to help districts and schools meet this need by creating opportunities for Rhode Island students to envision, pursue and realize their individualized graduation pathway outside of the traditional school day. RIDE received a federal grant (RethinkRI) and has significantly expanded seats available on All Course Network beginning in January of 2021. This expansion means that enrichment courses are available (please see the image below to see course types offered on the ACN) for students in PK-12th grade throughout the school year.

ACN Types of Courses

ACN Timeline for Academic Year 2023/2024

Students and families currently have an opportunity to pre-register for the 2023-2024 school year courses during the pre-registration window of each semester; course seats fill through a lottery process. 

Students and Families

Current and Potential Course Providers

Here are reference materials for LEAs, Community-based organizations (CBOs), Institutions of Higher Education, and Municipalities who are interested in becoming ACN Providers in future cycles. 

School Members

Questions and Contact information

Reference Materials

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The Advanced Coursework Network is part of PrepareRI, a statewide initiative to build career pathways for all Rhode Island youth. Learn more about PrepareRI at