Student Help Resources

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I launch my course?

Each course assigned to you has a related card on your homepage. Click anywhere on the card to open up your course. Or, you can simply click the Next Activity button to jump right into working on your course.

What if I am having an issue getting my textbook?

We understand that there are some textbook shortages this year. In an effort to alleviate some of the stress, we have compiled some documentation to help you:

Where do I find the current textbook for the AP Environmental Science course?

The Environmental Science textbook can be purchased directly from the publisher. Please click here for more information.

 Where can I find the AP Calculus textbook?

  • The AP Calculus book is available for purchase through the publisher.  Schools and districts can purchase the textbook by sending purchase orders to
  • Parents can order by phone at 1-800-848-9500 or at

The publisher indicates that it takes 7-10 days to deliver the textbook.

How do I translate the lesson into another language?

Once you start the lesson, in the upper-right corner you should see "English." Click the arrow next to it and select the language of your choice. If you don't see it listed, select "more" to see additional options.

Where can I find the Attendance Log?

Under your name in the upper-right corner, click Profile. Then select Attendance Report

Where can I find the Fitness Log?

Navigate to the Course Map for your Fitness course. Click the “heart” icon on the left-hand sidebar to access the Fitness Log.

Where can I find the due dates for my assignments?

You can find this on the Course Map, by selecting a course from the homepage, or downloading the Course Report. Both are great ways to keep track of your due dates.

How do I get the read-aloud to work in another language?

Follow these steps to get the read-aloud feature to translate the text aloud in a language other than English:

  1. Open the transcripts
  2. Select the language
  3. Highlight the text to read-aloud
  4. Push the play button


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