|Redlands eAcademy†is a fully accredited, K-12 Blended Learning, free public school. ††Part of the Redlands Unified School district, we accept students†from all over the Inland Empire!††Our next information meeting will be May†11th†@ 4:30PM. †Click here to request more information from us.|
High School Program
The Redlands eAcademy is excited to offer a blended learning program designed specifically for high school students. Online learning is NOT for all students. It requires good time management and the ability to work independently.
The eAcademy does not offer a high school sports program. Students are required to attend weekly appointments with their teachers and any science labs or activities that are part of their coursework.†Students are required to attend all state testing sessions and district assessments.†
eAcademy students fulfill the same graduation requirements as those attending any RUSD high school, satisfying both UC and CSU entrance requirements. College preparatory and AP level core classes are available to all students. Students complete a course of study based on their grade level and interest. Our counselors are available to develop a plan of study tailored to meet the studentsí goals and needs.
Students MUST attend block days (see schedule here).† Students may work on campus during non-block days as well. †PE: students taking PE for credit must attend one of two available weekly sessions.
Course syllabi for each CORE HS class are available by clicking on the course title below.
|English 9||†||Integrated Math I|
|English 9 honors||†||Integrated Math II|
|English 10||†||Integrated Math III|
|English 10 honors||†||Pre-Calculus|
|English 12 ERWC||†||Science|
|AP English Language||†||Earth and Space Science|
|AP English Literature (coming in '17-18)||†||Biology|
|Modern World History (10th)||†||†|
|US History (11th)||†||Electives|
|US Government (12th)||†||Drama|
|Economics (12th)||†||Production (Newspaper/Yearbook)|
|Health †(9th)||†||Physical Education|
|Strategies for Academic Success (9th)||†||†|
Students also partner with local Community Colleges to take additional classes as desired, including ASL†(sign language), business, sociology, psychology, oceanography, computer science, art, astronomy...