Students who are unable to attend their regular high schools because of disciplinary concerns may be enrolled in Project Uplift to continue with their studies so that they will not fall behind in their school work. Project Uplift uses Plato, which is a computer-based instructional program that includes most traditional high school credit classes. Students may attend Project Uplift for a specified period of time, and during this time they will complete their classwork on computers using Plato. At the end of their time at Project Uplift, their attendance and grades will be transferred to their home school. In this way, students who are out of school for a period of time can maintain their classwork so they can earn credits and graduate on time.