Apex Online Learning
The Apex Online Learning academic curriculum provides standards-based courses in math, science, English, social studies, world languages, electives, and advanced placement for grades 7 through 12. (Note: Elective choices for students in grades 7-8 will be limited.) This model is geared toward student independent work and is self-paced with limited teacher support.
Apex courses are semester-long courses. They require the same dedication of learning time as a classroom course. Students will spend nearly 90 hours, plus homework time, in a course. Dedicated, intensive, independent learning is required.
Apex Online Learning Course Catalogs
- Note: The classes contained in the documents below are potential course offerings. Actual class offerings will depend on a number of factors and considerations, and some of the classes listed here may end up not being offered.
- NCAA prospective college bound athletes: Students interested in pursuing Division I or II athletics need to register with the NCAA eligibility center. Athletes need to complete 16 core courses from the NCAA approved list in order to be eligible for collegiate athletics. Core-courses have GPA requirements and SAT or ACT score requirements. The NCAA requirements may exceed the admission standards for a school. For more information visit the NCAA eligibility center website.
- Middle school - Please click here for the Apex Online Learning course catalog for Snohomish School District 7th and 8th grade students.
- High school - Please click here for the Apex Online Learning course catalog for Snohomish School District 9th through 12th grade students.
Find the program online at sla.sno.wednet.edu or www.sno.wednet.edu/apex. The Apex Online Program can be reached at 360-563-3421or firstname.lastname@example.org.