Apex Learning/Honors Courseware: Preparing high school students for college, work and life
United Digital Learning (UDL) and Apex Learning have partnered to meet the needs of high school and transitioning middle school students who are not prepared for grade-level academic challenges. Our goal is to encourage students to be active participants in their own learning process in preparation for college and career success.
Since its founding in 1997, Apex Learning has been utilized by thousands of schools and high school students who have successfully reached their educational goals using Apex standards-based digital curriculum. Apex offers courses in:
- social studies, and
- world languages.
Apex Learning programs are also widely used for purposes of:
- original credit,
- credit recovery,
- grade level acceleration,
- exam preparation, and
- Advanced Placement*™.
Honors courses are standards-based general studies courses that meet the needs of motivated students seeking to accelerate their personal learning experience and deepen conceptual understanding. Honors courses offer the opportunity to apply, extend and synthesize knowledge and are ideally suited to prepare students for the rigors of Advanced Placement*™ courses. Each semester-length course includes 90-120 hours of interactive/direct instruction and guided practice along with a variety of diagnostic assessment tools.
*Advanced Placement™ is a registered trademark of the College Board.
Core courses are standards-based general studies courses that meet student needs related to mastery of rigorous content and earning credits towards high school graduation. Core courses assume grade-level readiness and include tools to assist students who require additional learning support. Each semester-length course includes 70-90 hours of interactive direct instruction and guided practice along with a variety of diagnostic assessment tools.
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