West Point Independent began using Odysseyware for the 2016-17 school year, following a pilot. The district needed assistance in identifying students struggling academically and then prescribing personalized learning paths to meet their needs. Odysseyware with the NWEA integration was chosen to offer students credit recovery, engage younger students in high-school advancement, and offer more opportunities for learning in non-traditional ways.
Through relentless focus on student achievement, instilling a culture of success and college readiness, and leveraging instructional technology, Fannin County High School has increased its graduation rate by 25.2%.
Since the 2011-12 school year, the Highlands County School District has utilized Odysseyware in their three high schools and four middle schools for credit recovery and as the core curriculum for their alternative school. The district looked at several programs, and Odysseyware best met their needs.
Students in Cook High School graduate with credit recovery support, prescriptive learning paths, and alternative education.
Technology and Blended Learning meet diverse student needs and increase academic achievement. Mission: To provide personalized learning programs and instruction to improve student mastery and increase graduation rates.
Facilitated by Cherry Creek School District staff, Marvin W Foote Youth Services Center is a maximum-security establishment designed to hold youth who are preadjudicated and awaiting disposition on their charges. Serving an average of 40 to 60 juveniles at any given time, students range in age from 10 to 18 years old and can be in the facility for as little as an hour or up to two years.
United Independent School District (ISD) is located in Laredo, Texas—a border town with Mexico. Despite multiple challenges, the district’s graduation rates have steadily improved in recent years.
Increased consistency and access for students with Odysseyware® digital curriculum. The A3 Virtual Academy program provides courses and opportunities for credit recovery for a range of students---including struggling and homebound learners.
Connects Learning Center serves grades 9 to 12 from 4 surrounding high schools. Students apply for admissions to take part in self-paced learning and receive a more individualized approach to earning their diploma.
Bauxite School District created the Miner Academy to increase the graduation rate and address the needs of all learners, especially those for whom the traditional school environment was not a good fit.