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Engaging. Interactive. Innovative. Personalized.
Courses are taught by innovative and passionate teachers from one of the three-member districts. Prior to teaching their first online class, teachers must complete two separate training courses. The educational technology training coupled with the extensive knowledge of the teachers generates a powerful combination and learning atmosphere for the students.
We offer classes during the fall, spring and summer terms. Credits are awarded by a student's school, courses count toward a student's G.P.A. and mirror equal quality of their face-to-face counterparts.
eLo by the Numbers
We offer 14 courses during the academic year including elective, core, semester and year long.
Students have completed 1,527 courses since we formed.
Over 30 faculty members across the consortium have taught one of our courses.
2016-2017 Course Catalog
eLo does not create course prerequisite policy. Students should consult their school's curriculum handbook or contact their counselor to determine which courses they may enroll based on their grade level.
Business: Business Law, Consumer Economics, Video Game Design, Web Design
English: African-American LiteratureFine Arts: Introduction to Music Theory
Mathematics: *Algebra II, *Geometry
Physical Education: Health
Science: Introduction to Sustainable Energy
Social Studies: American Government, *AP Human Geography, Psychology, *US History
*Denotes a year long course
Students may visit their counselor or contact the eLo office for information or answers to questions. Students wondering whether or not an online course is appropriate for them, might find the following information beneficial:
- expectations eLo have for online students and our teachers
- sample demo course
- online readiness assessment survey
Value of Online Learning
Accessing the Course
We use the Canvas learning management system to deliver our courses. Students may work on their course using a personal or school desktop, laptop or tablet device. No special software or equipment is needed other than consistent wireless access and basic word processing software.
Coursework exists online and students do not have to report to a specific physical location nor log in at set times. Also, we provide the students with a series of online orientation activities they complete prior to the course beginning to help ensure they are comfortable learning in the online environment.