eCampus enables students in grades 9-12 to earn Carnegie units in a flexible virtual learning environment. Best of all, eCampus courses are FREE! Students follow a standards-based curriculum that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from any location with internet access. Courses are also easily accessible via tablet computers and smartphones using Wi-Fi and mobile cellular technologies. To compliment virtual instruction, eCampus provides comprehensive support to students by retaining highly qualified teachers and dedicated Online Coaches who maintain ongoing communication with students through face-to-face contact, captured electronic communication, and phone calls.
Our Virtual Courses
Courses are instructed by highly qualified, certified teachers in an online environment using the EDgenuity courseware system. EDgenuity is an advanced virtual instruction system which uses interactive technology, simulations and video-based presentations to deliver lessons and online activities. Progress is closely monitored by our Online Coaches through activities, benchmark testing and cumulative exams. Once enrolled, district specialists will carefully design a program of study that will meet students' individual learning needs.
Full Virtual- Students may have the opportunity to earn all Carnegie units using the EDgenuity learning system. Full time course enrollment is required as determined by a student’s selected graduation track. eCampus maintains a full-time counselor who will guide you through your virtual learning diploma track. Course and attendance requirements are governed by Louisiana Department of Education Bulletin 741 Distance Education (§2326) governs course and attendance requirements.
Learn more about the eCampus Full Virtual program by calling 337.521-7047 or by requesting more information.
Blended Virtual- Students may have the opportunity to earn Carnegie units through a combination of virtual and traditional courses. To participate, students must first apply for admission at their base school. This is done by scheduling a consultation with the school’s guidance counselor and completing an application. Applications can only be obtained from the student’s designated guidance counselor. Through regular communication, guidance counselors and parents are continuously updated on their students’ progress.
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