Welcome Alabama educators! We know you work tirelessly to meet the diverse needs of your students, but you don’t have to do it alone. We’ll work side by side with your school or district to ensure you have the tools and resources you need to leverage online learning to improve student outcomes.
Edgenuity Instructional Services offers courses taught by our highly qualified, Alabama-certified virtual instructors. Whether you need to supplement your school’s course offerings, offer NCAA-approved courses, offset teacher shortages, or start your virtual school, we’ll work with your school or district every step of the way.
Hybridge® offers dynamic online content that can be used alongside core instruction and aligned with textbooks to help students practice and master grade-level skills. This flexible program offers an easy transition to blended learning in elementary school classrooms.
Ensure all Alabama students have access to engaging courses that meet the rigor of Alabama’s state standards, using Edgenuity® Courseware. We offer a full suite of over 200 core curriculum, AP®, honors, dual credit, credit recovery, general and career and technical elective courses for middle and high school students.
Pathblazer® helps Alabama educators close early learning gaps by immediately identifying where students are struggling and providing the targeted instruction they need to accelerate to grade level.
UpSmart® is a highly adaptive test readiness program designed to help students in grades 6-8 demonstrate standards mastery in math and ELA. The power of UpSmart lies in its ability to place each student into the right level for each topic and continually adjust the level of instruction, support, and practice they receive on the path towards mastering grade-level skills.
Edgenuity’s Virtual Tutor online test preparation courses prepare Alabama students for ACT, SAT, GED, and other high stakes exams. Diagnostic assessments create a personalized learning path for each student, so they only receive instruction and practice on skills they have yet to master.