The Salamanca Press — 2018 — Over the summer, the district offered several online courses through Apex Learning where students could recover credits they didn’t get during the regular school year. “We had some fantastic results, from graduation all the way through summer school and the Regents exams,” said High School Principal Chris Siebert. “A lot of kids are earning credits that they didn’t quite earn in June.”
Press Release — 2018 — Apex Learning, a recognized pioneer and innovator in online learning for secondary education, continues to outpace national scores on the College Board Advanced Placement (AP) exams. During the 2016–2017 school year, 65 percent of students taking Apex Learning AP courses scored a 3 or higher on the College Board exams, five percentage points higher than the national average of 60 percent for the same exams.
Integrated Education Management System ASSIST Expands Content with Apex Learning® Tutorials Research Proven to Improve Students’ Scores
Press Release — 2018 — ASSIST Education and Apex Learning® enhanced their partnership with the addition of adaptive content and digital tutorials into the ASSIST Integrated Education Management System for K-12 schools. The adaptive Apex Learning Tutorials for intervention, remediation, and preparation for high-stakes assessments were proven to improve students’ performance on the Tutorials from pretest to posttest by more than 50% and by an average of 23 to 26 percentile points during the 2016–2017 school year.
Press Release — 2018 — Apex Learning digital curriculum has a significant impact on student achievement, according to recent data released by Beaverton School District in Oregon (BSD). The district used Apex Learning digital curriculum to provide targeted intervention and remediation and personalize learning in the classroom to better prepare students for standardized tests. During the 2014-2015 school year, seventh and eighth grade students from two BSD middle schools demonstrated significant gains on the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) in math and English compared to similar students participating in traditional classroom instruction alone.