Online Summer School
Our Individual Course Program allows parents and students to choose one or more individual courses for credit recovery or self-improvement. Our individual courses are completed online and are designed primarily for students who are currently enrolled in an attendance-based high school and need to complete one or more courses with Azure High School to transfer the credit earned to their local high school.
Azure High School is accredited by Advanced
Azure High School is regionally accredited by SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools). SACS is a regional accreditation agency which is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the vast majority of high schools across the United States are also regionally accredited and accept transfer credits from SACS accredited schools. HOWEVER, the receiving attendance-based high school has their own transfer credit policy and has the right to accept or deny any credit earned at another high school. For this reason, Azure High School recommends that you first confirm with your attendance-based high school that they allow you to take courses online and allow you to transfer credits earned at Azure High School which is SACS accredited. It is your responsibility to determine the acceptability of transfer credits earned at Azure High School prior to enrollment.
VIRTUAL REALITY COURSES
As in face-to-face classes, online classes include teacher support, lessons, homework, class discussions, and assessments. The main difference is the activities occur over the Internet at a time that is convenient for students. Azure High School offers the hallmarks of truly effective traditional educational programs quality teachers, quality curriculum, and frequent student-teacher interaction except online.
All courses are taught by certified teachers and meet national and state curriculum. Through Azure High School, students have access to a wide range of coursework, flexibility in scheduling, developing capacities as independent learners, and more time to complete their coursework