Blended Learning

The "one-size-fits-all" practices that defined yesterday's thinking have given way to new opportunities in both curriculum and instruction. Blended Learning has given way to a spectrum of instructional models that redefine learning in the classroom.

Increase Teacher Effectiveness

Teachers are a district's most valuable resource. Blended learning allows your teachers to integrate both traditional and digital content to meet the needs of all students based on their academic readiness and learning styles.

Impact Student Outcomes

Apex Learning provides educators with digital curriculum to meet the needs of every student.  With two unique and complementary solutions, Courses and Tutorials, Apex Learning digital curriculum enables educators to leverage real-time data to effectively individualize learning, while empowering students to take an active role in their learning. The result is increased student outcomes.

Student Outcomes


Student-Centered Digital Curriculum

Students come to school with different levels of academic readiness and instructional needs. Whether the goal is to provide courses for original credit or credit recovery, or offer targeted intervention and remediation, Apex Learning digital curriculum ensures students are meeting the expectations of the standards.

Meaningful Data

Apex Learning data equips administrators, teachers, and students with the tools they need to monitor progress and performance data in real-time to make data-informed decision. 

  • Administrators gain visibility into student achievement and program effectiveness.
  • Teachers easily access the data they need to effectively individualize instruction.
  • Students track their progress along their individualized learning path.

Gulf High School, Pasco County Schools, FL Gulf High School developed a highly successful blended learning program for their EBD (Emotional Behavior Disorder) students using Apex Learning as their online curriculum.

Video of Gulf HS

case study

District Targets High School Readiness with Digital Curriculum

"Tutorials capture our students' interest," says Ottum. "Students have even asked if they could use them at home on their own time. Think about that: a student asking permission to study more from home!"

"Several of our teachers are using Tutorials to offer differentiated remediation and to supplement their instruction, and school-wide we are using them to provide targeted interventions for specific students. We really enjoy using Tutorials."

Keshia Seitz

Technology Specialist

Mount Vernon Sr. High School, IN