Forward-thinking districts are using digital curriculum to serve a wider range of student needs in their summer programs, including: original credit, virtual learning, middle-school to high-school bridge, and college readiness.
Learn how these districts use Apex Learning in their summer programs to provide students with more options for learning.
Temecula Valley Unified School District, CA
Digital Curriculum Increases Rigor in Summer School Program
Students found Apex Learning digital curriculum to be noticeably more rigorous, but they overwhelmingly rose to the challenge. All non-graduating seniors who participated in the program earned the credits necessary to receive their diplomas. Each of the summer school students completed and passed at least one online course.
Dorchester School District Two, SC
Digital Curriculum Provides Preemptive Intervention for Struggling Students
Dorchester School District Two went looking for a new online credit recovery program and discovered a better way to intervene much sooner with struggling students. The South Carolina district implemented a preemptive intervention strategy that reaches out to students long before they require formal credit recovery.
Fullerton Joint Union High School District, CA
Getting a Jump-Start on High School Readiness
Updated content standards for health education took effect in California in 2016, requiring all districts to provide a health course at least once in middle school and once in high school. Fullerton Joint UHSD sought to make their health course easily accessible to their students, offering different options for learning.