United Digital Learning & Apex Learning Curriculum Helping Prepare All High School Students for College, Work, Life
Meeting the needs of both high school and transitioning middle school students who are not prepared for grade-level academic challenges…
United Digital Learning (UDL) has partnered with Apex to bring even greater options to their homeschool families and students all over the world. It is their goal to help every student be an active participant in his or her learning, and prepare them for success in college and career.
Founded in 1997, Apex has provided virtual learning solutions to thousands of United States schools and high school students. UDL’s Apex program offers standards-based digital curriculum – in math, science, English, social studies, world languages, and Advanced Placement – is widely used for original credit, credit recovery, remediation, intervention, acceleration, and exam preparation.
Rigorous, standards-based courses, used for original credit and credit recovery, provide a complete course of study to meet high school requirements.
As an example… During the 2011-2012 school year Apex Learning courses has served 435,000 students with 1.5 million enrollments. Global Student Network students from across the country and internationally have also been successfully using Apex Learning digital curriculum to meet their needs-from building foundational skills to creating opportunities for advanced coursework.
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Honors courses are standards-based general studies courses that meet the needs of motivated students seeking to accelerate their learning and deepen conceptual understanding. With many opportunities to apply, extend, and synthesize knowledge, Honors courses are ideally suited to prepare students for the rigors of Advanced Placement* courses. Each semester course offers 90–120 hours of interactive direct instruction, guided practice, and robust enrichment, with integrated formative, summative, and diagnostic assessment.
*Advanced Placement is a registered trademark of the College Board.
Core courses are standards-based general studies courses that meet the needs of a range of students as they endeavor to master rigorous content and earn credits toward high school graduation. While Core courses assume readiness for grade-level academic challenges, they also include targeted scaffolding for students who benefit from additional learning support. Each semester course offers 70–90 hours of interactive direct instruction, guided practice, and integrated formative, summative, and diagnostic assessment.