Directory of Distance Learning Opportunities, K-12

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Course Level Index
This index lists, alphabetically, the institutions offering courses at four levels—kindergarten, elementary, middle school, high school. More detailed information on these institutions can be found in the Main Entry Section. Schools offering only print-based (correspondence study) courses are identified by an asterisk following the school name.
KINDERGARTEN
Alyeska Central School* 5
Calvert School 27
Chrysalis School 30
Colorado Virtual Academy 39
Delta Cyber School 49
Eldorado Academy 54
Electronic Charter School 57
HomeSat 79
Home Study International* 75
Internet Academy 100
Iowa Distance Education Alliance 105
Johns Hopkins University 107
K12 119
Laurel Springs School 120
MatheMagica 129
Mountain Plains Distance Learning Partnership 139
Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School 162
RIFNet 177
St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 177
STEP*Star Network/Pacific Star Schools Partnership 189
Texas Tech University Independent School District 190
Wisconsin Virtual Academy 280

ELEMENTARY
Alyeska Central School* 5
Alpha Omega Academy Online 2
Calvert School 27
Chrysalis School 30
Colorado Virtual Academy 39
Delta Cyber School 49
Eldorado Academy 54
Electronic Charter School 57
Home Study International* 75
HomeSat 79
Internet Academy 100
Internet Home School 103
Iowa Distance Education Alliance 105
Johns Hopkins University 107
K-Nection 119
K12 119
Laurel Springs School 120
Learning and Evaluation Center* 123
MatheMagica 129
Mountain Plains Distance Learning Partnership 139
NEARStar: Network for English Acquisition and Reading 140
Net School 140
Pearblossom Private School, Inc.* 160
RIFNet 177
St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 177
Satellite Educational Resources Consortium 178
STEP*Star Network/Pacific Star Schools Partnership 189
TEAMS Distance Learning 189
Texas Tech University Independent School District 190
The Trent Schools 199
University of Arizona 205
Wisconsin Virtual Academy 280

MIDDLE SCHOOL
Alyeska Central School* 5
Alpha Omega Academy Online 2
Calvert School 27
Choice 2000 Charter School 28
Chrysalis School 30
Eagle Christian School 53
Eldorado Academy 54
Electronic Charter School 57
Home Study International* 75
HomeSat 79
Internet Academy 100
Internet Home School 103
Iowa Distance Education Alliance 105
Jason Academy for Science Teaching and Learning 106
Johns Hopkins University 107
KET Distance Learning 113
K-Nection 119
Laurel Springs School 120
Learning and Evaluation Center* 123
MatheMagica 129
MathStar 129
Mesa Distance Learning Program 130
Mountain Plains Distance Learning Partnership 139
Net School 140
NorthStar Academy 152
Oak Meadow School 154
Oklahoma State University - IMS 158
On Line Academy - Monte Vista School District 159
Pearblossom Private School, Inc.* 160
Phoenix Special Programs and Academies 163
Potter’s School 172
St. Thomas Aquinas Academy 177
Satellite Educational Resources Consortium 178
seeUonline 181
Stanford University 185
StarNet 187
STEP*Star Network/Pacific Star Schools Partnership 189
TEAMS Distance Learning 189
Texas Tech University Independent School District 190
The Trent Schools 199
University of Arizona 205
University of Kentucky 225

HIGH SCHOOL
Academy of Home Education* 1
Alpha Omega Academy Online 2
Alyeska Central School* 5
American School* 10
Arkansas Virtual High School 14
Babbage Net School 15
Ball State University 18
Boise State University* 19
CAL Online 25

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Introduction v
  • Academy of Home Education 1
  • Independent Study in Idaho 94
  • Jeffconet Academy 107
  • Oklahoma State University 158
  • Star Schools 187
  • University of Colorado at Boulder 217
  • Subject Index of Courses Offered, by Level 283
  • Course Level Index 299
  • Geographic Index 301
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