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Our Mission2017-05-04T17:28:24-07:00

Our Mission

At Apex Learning Virtual School, our mission is to prepare students for college and career through a unique learning experience that is rewarding, personalized, and designed to help students reach their full academic potential.

Our Values

Growth

Setting high expectations, championing opportunities to learn and improve, continually building knowledge and expertise

mentor and student

Partnership

Collaborating to reach shared goals, respond creatively to challenges, and celebrate achievements together

Engagement

Providing a learning experience that engages students through challenge, variety, interactivity, and support

Responsibility

Acting with integrity, taking initiative and ownership in the learning process, fulfilling commitments

Communication

Engaging in clear, consistent communication, honoring multiple learning styles, being active listeners, respecting the opinions of others

 EXPERT TEACHERS

An experienced teacher interacts one-to-one with students in each course. Learn more.

He is actually enjoying history for the first time … It just goes to show that a teacher can reach a student even if they don’t see each other every day in a typical classroom. He will now enjoy history the rest of high school.

-Kristie O.

Course Materials

Course Materials Semester 1:

Optional The Metamorphosis. Franz Kafka. David Wylie, translator. (Classix Press, 2009). ISBN-10: 1557427666 / ISBN-13: 9781557427663. Other editions acceptable.

NOTE: This book is provided in digital format in the course. If students wish to read offline, the above purchase is recommended. Semester 2: Optional Macbeth. William Shakespeare. Barbara A. Mowat and Paul Werstine, eds. (Simon & Schuster, 2003). ISBN-10: 074377103 / ISBN-13: 8780743477109 Other editions acceptable. 

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Course Materials

Course Materials

Semester 1: Optional

The Metamorphosis. Franz Kafka. David Wylie, translator. (Classix Press, 2009).
ISBN-10: 1557427666 / ISBN-13: 9781557427663.
Other editions acceptable.
NOTE: This book is provided in digital format in the course. If students wish to read offline, the above purchase is recommended.
Semester 2: Optional

Macbeth. William Shakespeare. Barbara A. Mowat and Paul Werstine, eds. (Simon & Schuster, 2003).
ISBN-10: 074377103 / ISBN-13: 8780743477109
Other editions acceptable.
NOTE: This book is provided in digital format in the course. If students wish to read offline, the above purchase is recommended.

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Course Materials

Semester 1:

  • Required American Born Chinese. Gene Luen Yang. (Suare Fish, 2008). ISBN-10: 0312384483 / ISBN-13: 9780312384487.
  • Other editions acceptable. Fast Food Nation. Eric Schlosser. (Mariner Books, 2012). ISBN-10: 0547750331 / ISBN-13: 9780547750330. 

 

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Course Materials

Course Materials Semester 1: Required The Great Gatsby. F. Scott Fitzgerald. (Scribner, 1995). ISBN-10: 0743273567 / ISBN-13: 9780743273565. Other editions acceptable. Semester 2: Required A Raisin in the Sun. Lorraine Hansberry.