High School

Woodland Public Schools’ TEAM High School offers an alternative for students

Insights Success — 2018 — Woodland Public Schools’ TEAM High School offers an alternative path for students to achieve success in their K-12 education by offering flexible lesson schedules, self-directed lesson plans and personalized teaching in a focused learning environment. TEAM’s students use a computer-based curriculum called Apex Learning to select classes from a full range of core academic subjects and electives.
ELL students from Emmett J. Conrad High School in Dallas Independent School District discuss how Apex Learning prepared them for Texas state assessments (STAAR ...

Emmett J. Conrad High School

The Academic Center of Excellence (ACE), in the Cabot School District, is a conversion charter school (grades 7-12) where students receive one-on-one support fr...
Hear from parent Dan LaFountain, whose son, a former student at Fairfax County Schools, was able to take Apex Learning Courses and graduate despite being homebo...

Dan LaFountain

Parent

For Dorchester School District Two, Apex Learning digital curriculum has enabled teachers to meet more students' needs. Hear about their successes with personal...