Resources for Families

Welcome to Apex Learning

Apex Learning has successfully helped students across the country earn credits, fill learning gaps, and prepare for important tests. We take our responsibility to educating students seriously and are pleased to provide you with information to help you support your student. 


Getting Started With Apex Learning Curriculum

Apex Learning digital curriculum includes Courses and Tutorials. Your school or district should provide you with the login URL, as well as your student’s username and password. 

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My student is using Courses. What do Courses do?

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My student is using Tutorials. What do Tutorials do?

Tutorials helps students fill gaps in their learning so they can successfully complete a course.

View what it’s like for a student to use Tutorials

Learn more about the design of Tutorials

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My student is using Technology Courses. What do they look like?

Apex Learning Virtual School

Apex Learning Virtual School (ALVS) is an accredited online school offering full- and part-time learning options for students.

Learn More about ALVS

I want to enroll my student in one or more of your courses. How do I do that?

Your district may offer courses through ALVS, so check with them first. To enroll independently in one of our online Courses or Tutorials, visit our Course Catalog or call 855-550-2547

I need a full-time school for my student. Do you offer that option? 

Yes. To join our full-time private school Apply Online or call 206-823-2726

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How Can I Help My Student Who’s Working From Home?

While your student is schooling from home, you can set the tone and create an environment to help them make the most of remote learning. The resources below may assist you.

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7 Ways to Assess Learning Loss and Intervene

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The Parent Perspective: What I learned from my son’s online learning experience

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How to Protect Your Student from Accidental Plagiarism

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The Parent Perspective: New norms in education