Virtual High School
Expand Academic Opportunities with a Virtual School
Virtual schools increase access to academic opportunities for students seeking alternatives to a traditional school setting, to extend learning opportunities for students that are homebound, and to help school districts retain, regain, and attract students. Partner with Apex Learning to start a new virtual program, or expand an existing virtual program.
Offer Accredited, NCAA Eligible Courses
Apex Learning digital curriculum is designed to support students in mastering the standards-based, rigorous coursework required to be successful in college and work.
- Accredited by AdvancED
- Approved for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
- AP® courses are authorized by the College Board®
Our rigorous, standards-based Comprehensive Courses in math, English, science, social studies, world languages, and electives meet high school graduation requirements — providing a complete course of study that offers breadth of standards coverage, depth of instruction, and integrated formative and summative assessment.
Flexible Staffing Options
Teachers are as crucial in virtual programs as they are in a traditional classroom. Apex Learning helps expand capacity to deliver a virtual school program through three instructional staffing options.
Virtual School teachers are provided by the district, leveraging current expertise. Apex Learning provides digital curriculum and professional development to maximize the benefits and achieve successful outcomes.
Apex Learning provides online teachers from our team. Apex Learning Virtual School teachers average 21 years of classroom experience, 7 years of online teaching experience and adhere to the iNACOL National Standards for Quality Online Teaching.
Support Virtual Program Success
Whether creating a new virtual school program or expanding an existing program, Apex Learning can deliver customized services and professional development to build instructional and administrative capacity needed for a successful virtual school.