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10th grade online classes free for Wisconsin students.

Sophomores Enrolled in our Virtual Academy Are Offered Core Classes and Electives

eAchieve Academy expands on traditional brick-and-mortar academic instruction by providing online high school classes at the 10th grade level with a wide variety of options for electives.

In many schools, students are required to enroll in mainly core courses with few electives, particularly at the early grade levels of high school.

However, in our online high school program, self-motivated students determine their education for themselves.

When online students reach sophomore status, they are offered new, advanced courses unavailable to freshmen, including:

  • Forensic Science
  • AP Art History
  • AP European History
  • Integrated Math

10th graders can either immediately build on courses taken in their freshman year or expand to different areas of study and focus on a more comprehensive, liberal arts education. The students’ freedom to choose their own coursework is the beauty of our online program. We don’t force any student to adapt to any single model.

eAchieve offers 10th grade classes with NCAA certification

eAchieve Academy is an official NCAA-approved online school with a variety of classes that meet the NCAA core course requirements. To see the full list of NCAA-approved online high school courses offered by eAchieve Academy, visit the NCAA Eligibility Center (use school code #502388).

Online High School Uses Today’s Technology to Educate Tomorrow’s Leaders

Educators at eAchieve Academy believe education is an ever-evolving process, never remaining static for more than a moment. To keep our students on top of changes, we provide a free laptop for all students enrolling in our online program.

Take advantage of the opportunity to give your sophomore student a chance to tailor an education fitting their strongest skills and interests.

Equipped with modern technology, our students are more ready to keep up with developments in education. Every student enrolling with eAchieve Academy receives a $60/semester internet stipend and a laptop worth up to $400 from Milwaukee PC at no cost. 10th graders enrolled in any Wisconsin school district, who apply through the Wisconsin open enrollment system have a rare opportunity to receive a tuition-free, online education and they don’t even have to pay for the laptop.

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Online courses for high school sophmores.

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Grade 10 Online Music Classes

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Grade 10 Online Social Studies Classes

Grade 10 Online World Language Classes

Grade 10 AP Classes

Grade 10 Online Additional Elective Classes

Public school district choices in Wisconsin

You have options for schools no matter which Wisconsin school district you live in. Choosing a school depends on many factors and you have a choice. Public schools nearby are NOT your only option. Students under 21 living anywhere in the state are welcome to apply at eAchieve.

Charter school available to all Wisconsin students

Looking for an alternative to a traditional brick-and-mortar K-12 school for your child? You may be interested in a public charter school. eAchieve Academy is an online public charter school available for full-time enrollment or as a supplement to homeschooling.

I'm interested—but I want to know more.

No problem. Some of the most common questions regarding online high school education are:

How does online high school work?

Sign up. Get a free laptop. Learn at your own pace. Graduate with flying colors. MORE >>

What are the benefits of online learning for high school students?

Make your own schedule and learn by your own rules. Online courses teach young students to prioritize and learn to make decisions independently. MORE >>

Are online high school diplomas real and legitimate?

YES. A diploma earned through eAchieve is indistinguishable from a regular diploma attained from the Waukesha School District. MORE >>

How many credits does my student need to graduate high school in Wisconsin?

If your child is only a few credits short of graduating high school, eAchieve Academy online courses may be the perfect solution to finish a high school degree (for students under the age of 21). MORE >>

What about socialization opportunities, group events and extracurricular activities?

There are plenty of opportunities for field trips, social outings and clubs. The development of social skills is every bit as important even in more of a homeschool-oriented learning path. MORE >>

10th grade FAQ

By sophomore year students have gained valuable high school experience and are poised to hit their stride. It's time to start considering how the choices you make in high school will affect your college or career path after graduation. 10th grade can be an ideal time to make the switch to online school and take control of your schedule. If your question isn't answered below, please contact us! We're here to help.

Can 10th graders transfer high schools?

Yes - You can apply to transfer to a different school before or during your sophomore year. MORE >>

What classes should a 10th grader take?

To graduate high school in Wisconsin, there's a core curriculum students are required to complete. eAchieve Academy offers all those core classes plus a much broader range of elective options available to students as early as the 10th grade. Sophomores can build on the core classes taken in 9th grade or explore other subjects of interest to them. A typical 10th grade course selection includes core classes in English, math, science and social studies, plus electives or AP coursework (based on individual student needs and preferences). If you're having a hard time deciding which classes to take in 10th grade you should speak to your high school guidance counselor or academic advisor.

How many credits do you need to pass 10th grade?

Generally, you want to have 5 to 6.5 credits completed in your sophomore year. Some students may only finish 5, while others may complete more. What really matters is how many credits you have completed by the end of your senior year. In Wisconsin you need 22 credits to graduate high school, along with a passing grade on a civics test.

Can you take AP classes in 10th grade?

Yes, if you’re a motivated student and enjoy challenging yourself, you can take Advanced Placement classes in the 10th grade. There are 11 online AP classes open to eAchieve sophomores. AP classes not only count toward the 6.5 elective credits you’ll need for graduation, but a high enough score on the corresponding AP exam can exempt you from an entry level college course in that subject—which can save you money on college tuition.

Do colleges look at sophomore grades?

Colleges look at your grades from all four years of high school including your 10th grade classes. They are looking for (ideally) one of two trends: strong academic performance throughout your high school career, or a pattern showing consistent improvement and progression. Keep in mind college admissions officials don't just look at grades, they consider the classes. If you've already earned top grades your freshman year, try challenging yourself with more advanced coursework sophomore year. Colleges are looking for applicants who demonstrate not only academic ability but determination.

Contact eAchieve Academy for enrollment information.

How To Enroll In Online 10th Grade

Our 10th Grade online course is FREE for Wisconsin residents under 21.
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