Welcome Illinois educators! We know you work tirelessly to meet the diverse needs of your students, but you don’t have to do it alone. Edgenuity provides flexible, online and blended learning solutions that propel student success and give Illinois teachers the tools they need to deliver more effective instruction. 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.
Hybridge® offers dynamic online content that can be used alongside core instruction to help students practice and master grade-level skills. This flexible program offers an easy transition to blended learning in elementary school classrooms.
We’re proud to offer Illinois schools over 200 Common Core and Illinois Learning Standards aligned core curriculum, honors, AP®, credit recovery, and elective courses through Edgenuity® Courseware. Middle and high school students can use a combination of our rigorous, award-winning online curriculum and face-to-face instruction for initial credit or credit recovery.
Pathblazer® helps Illinois educators close early learning gaps by immediately identifying where students are struggling and providing the targeted instruction they need to accelerate to grade level.
MyPath™ is an online intervention program designed to meet middle school and high school students at their learning level and provide age-appropriate, data-driven, targeted instruction in math and reading to help students get back on track.
UpSmart® is designed to ensure students in grades 6–8 can demonstrate mastery of Illinois standards in ELA and math and are prepared for the PARCC exams. Combining adaptive assessments with the right level of instruction and practice gives every student the support they need, exactly when they need it.
Edgenuity’s Virtual Tutor online test preparation courses prepare Illinois students for the 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.
Edgenuity Instructional Services offers Common Core and Illinois Learning Standards-aligned courses taught by highly qualified, Illinois-certified virtual instructors. You can use our virtual teachers to supplement your school’s course offerings, offset teacher shortages, offer summer school, provide NCAA-approved courses for your student athletes, meet the needs of homebound learners, or develop and staff your own virtual school.
Tom, a native Chicagoan, has worked in the elearning industry for his entire career. For the past 15 years, he has helped support and guide K–12 districts across the nation. “I am passionate about students having the best opportunity to achieve their goals and reach their full potential. Joining the Edgenuity team has given me the opportunity to serve students and staff in Illinois with the most comprehensive, user-friendly, data-driven elearning materials on the market.”
After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Learning and Development, Jordan taught elementary school in Dallas, Texas, which was where she realized that teaching is moving in the direction of educational technology. Jordan joined Edgenuity in 2017 in the hopes of continuing her passion in education while making a positive impact on school districts throughout Illinois. Jordan enjoys working with teachers and administrators, helping them find the best solutions for academic success!
Before beginning her Edgenuity career in 2008, Amy Jarvis taught algebra and chemistry at the high school level. Upon joining the Edgenuity team, she helped develop math and science curriculum. Presently, she works alongside Account Executive Tom Brown to help Illinois school districts implement successful virtual and blended learning programs that propel student success. Her three children are a major driving force behind her passion for education.
A Texas native and proud UT Longhorn, Kristen received her Bachelor of Science in Human Development Family Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin.After spending a year abroad in Spain as an au pair, she returned to Texas and earned her Master of Education from Texas State University. Every job she’s ever had has involved working with children, helping them grow and find success. Joining the Edgenuity team allowed Kristen to work alongside other educators to ensure students have the technological resources that they need to be successful in today’s digital age.
A native Michigander, Linda currently resides in Michigan after spending five years in the Chicago suburbs as a lead professional development specialist and instructional specialist. Linda initially began her career as an elementary teacher before entering the edtech industry. Linda transitioned into professional development and later became an instructional specialist leading implementations in districts large and small. As a Strategic Account Manager for Edgenuity, Linda brings over ten years of experience in leading implementations in large urban districts across the country. Her passion is helping students, teachers, and administrators grow.
Phillip resides in Wisconsin with his wife and three children and has worked for the State of Wisconsin. He spent time working in radio and television, and also as a Wisconsin-certified teacher, mostly in 4th and 5th grade classrooms. He has a teaching certificate from Cardinal Stritch University and a Master of Science in Training and Human Resource Development from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Phillip loves working with teachers every day because it presents new and exciting challenges and he is able to help teachers make connections through educational technology.
After graduating from Northern Illinois University with her Bachelor of Arts in English and Education, Brooke began her career as a high school English teacher. Soon thereafter, she moved to Arizona and began working at Edgenuity as an Account Manager, helping district leaders and teachers get the most out of their online and blended learning implementations. Brooke enjoys working with educators because it has allowed her to make an impact on many more students than she ever could have as a teacher.