Approved Providers List
We categorize the providers listed below into three groups:
- Online School Programs (definition)
- Online Course Providers (definition)
As of 2011, online provider approval impacts state funding to districts for students in online courses. Providers must maintain certain responsibilities to maintain their approved status. Follow the links below for more details about these providers and their overall instructional offerings.
Note that a provider may not appear on this list for a variety of reasons.
Approved Multidistrict Online School Programs
|Columbia Virtual Academy||Multiple Districts||K-12|
|Federal Way Internet Academy||Federal Way||K-12|
|Insight School of Washington||Quillayute Valley||9-12|
|Kent Phoenix Academy||Kent||9-12|
|Lewis River Academy||Woodland School District||K-12|
|OASIS K-12||Orcas Island School District||K-12|
|Olympia Regional Learning Academy (iConnect Academy)||Olympia||6-12|
Pomeroy High School Online
|River Homelink (Battle Ground)||Battle Ground School District||6-12|
SHS Graduation Alliance
|Spokane Virtual Learning||Spokane||K-12|
Toppenish High School
|Toppenish School District||6-12|
|Washington Academy of Arts & Technology and EV Online Learning||East Valley, Spokane||K-12|
|Washington Virtual Academy - Omak||Omak||K-12|
Approved Single District Online School Programs
Approved Online Course Providers
Providers who are no longer approved
|Washington Virtual Academy - Steilacoom||School closure; WAVA programs continue in Omak and Monroe|
|Washington Virtual Academy - Monroe||District closed program at the end of the 2014-15 school year.|
|Connections Learning||Provider did not participate in approval renewal review.|
|Kaplan Academy of Washington||Closed by the Stevenson-Carson School District after the 2011-12 school year.|
|College Place High School||District closed the program just prior to the 2015-16 school year.|
|Columbia Tech High||The White Salmon Valley School District closed the program after the 2012-13 school year.|
|Ignite Education Group||As of 2013, Ignite Education Group no longer appears to be in business.|
|Walla Walla High||District closed program at the end of the 2013-14 school year.|
|Columbia Basin Secondary School (Moses Lake SD)||School has been re-purposed by the district into a 6-8 bricks and mortar school. Moses Lake High School now houses the district's online program.|
|Lewis and Clark High School||District's online school program is centralized under "Vancouver Virtual Learning(VVL)":https://digitallearning.k12.wa.us/approval/providers/providers/44-VVLA.|
|Skyview High School (Vancouver)||District's online school program is centralized under "Vancouver Virtual Learning(VVL)":https://digitallearning.k12.wa.us/approval/providers/providers/44-VVLA.|
|Hudson's Bay High School (Vancouver)||District's online school program is centralized under "Vancouver Virtual Learning(VVL)":https://digitallearning.k12.wa.us/approval/providers/providers/44-VVLA.|
|Columbia River High School (Vancouver)|
|Fort Vancouver High School (Vancouver)|
|Productive Learning Online Corporation||Rescinded on July 26, 2011.|
|Bethel Online Academy||Bethel is no longer offering online courses through Bethel Online Academy (BOA), and the district withdrew BOA's accreditation. As a result OSPI has rescinded the approval for BOA.|
Not on the list?
Looking for a program or provider that isn't on the approved list? There are a number of reasons why an organization may not be on the list:
- The provider may not offer a product that meets the definition of an online course. Common examples of such products include online curriculum products (without online teachers) from NovaNet, OdysseyWare, and others. Note that such products could be combined with an online teacher, and therefore meet the definition. If you're not sure, contact us for clarification.
- The provider may not meet the definition of an online course provider or an online school program.
Providers that meet these conditions have not been reviewed or approved by OSPI.
Approved Provider Responsibilities
Renewal: Approved providers must maintain their status in order for students using their services to be claimed for state basic education funding. Learn more about approval renewal.