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Edgenuity

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Website: www.edgenuity.com/GiantCampus
Email: admissions@edgenuity.com
Phone: (888) 866-4989
Fax: 480-423-0213
NCAA High School Code: 850147
Student information privacy policy: www.edgenuity.com/Information/Privacy

Grades Served: 9-12

OSPI Approval

Approved as a Multidistrict Online Course Provider Through the 2017-18 school year.

Access

Individual Online Course Purchasing Instructions:

Individual courses from Edgenuity are available for schools to purchase in the DLD course catalog.

Overview

Edgenuity is an online company providing supplemental technical and core curriculum to students in Washington State. We believe that blended learning models utilizing high-quality online curriculum offer students an efficient way to expand their educational options without the social costs of leaving the traditional school setting.

Developed by an experienced team of educators, subject matter experts, and visual designers, our online courses provide skills, experience, and quality instruction to put students on a path to personal, professional, and academic success.

Browse the DLD course catalog to select and purchase courses for your students.

Course Offerings

Subjects:

  • Business
  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Technology
  • World Languages

Levels:

  • Advanced Placement
  • Credit Recovery
  • Standard

Students

Students from all experience and skill levels find our online courses informative, engaging, and flexible enough to fit into their traditional school schedules. Students may work on assignments during times convenient for them, chat online with classmates, post to class forums, and meet one-on-one with instructors during weekly office hours.

EXPECTATIONS – While the online format may be more flexible or convenient than a traditional classroom for some students, the coursework is still rigorous and requires dedication and focus to be successful. Students must devote time every day to studying, asking questions, completing assignments, and staying in close contact with teachers.

REQUIRED SKILLS – Computer literacy is important for students to be successful in our courses, including the ability to use a computer, correspond via email, navigate with a web browser, follow multiple-step instructions, read and comprehend at a 6th-grade level or above, follow a lesson schedule, and complete coursework on time.

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES – Our courses are accessible to people with vision impairments who rely on screen reading software, and are accessible for students with limited mobility who need to navigate course content using a computer keyboard instead of a mouse.

Student-Teacher Contact Requirements

Students are able to contact teachers via email, telephone or chat. Teachers also have scheduled office hours. Edgenuity provides concept coaches for core subject areas. Concept coaches are available on demand during published support hours.

Courseware Platform

Edgenuity uses a proprietary learning management system (LMS) which includes the student experience and ability for teachers to monitor and communicate with students. Students use the virtual classroom to complete lessons, vocabulary, assignments, labs, quizzes, and essays, as well as various performance tasks. Students also have access to instructional support through the LMS from virtual instructors, concept coaches, and live online chats.

Through the student information system, districts and teachers have access to detailed student reports and retain complete control over a myriad of assessment options that empower schools to accommodate needs, measure concept mastery, and accelerate progress.

ALE Support in DLD Catalog

As an OSPI-approved provider that participates in the DLD catalog, Edgenuity has supplied information on how they support student contact, written student learning plans, and monthly evaluations.

Student Performance and Demographics

Data for school year: 2010-2011

Teacher-to-student ratio: 1:7.1

Course completion rate: 82%

Course pass rate: 94%

Student Satisfaction Survey

Data for school year: 2015-2016

Average Student Satisfaction:
3.0 (3 responses)

Sample Comments

I felt that the curriculum could match closer to the assignments. Oftentimes I felt that the assignments given were completely unrelated to the coursework that they were teaching us that week.

Well, I didn't particularly enjoy the class but after all the time spent on the history of psychology things started to get interesting. This course did help me work on my time management though.