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Virtual Academy 7th Grade Program Prepares Wisconsin Students Academically

At eAchieve Academy, every one of our online middle school classes have live eSessions, allowing students to participate with classmates and benefit from real time interaction with their teachers.Even if your child is unable to attend a live session, they will still be able to go back and watch the lesson in a recorded format later.

These tools provide our 7th grade students with a flexible schedule designed to give them the freedom they need to prepare themselves for higher academics. By breaking out of a crowded classroom, 7th grade students get the one on one attention they need to be successful in all subjects, even the ones they struggle in. 

Online 7th grade classes allow students to study & learn on their own time, at their own pace.

eAchieve Academy’s core 7th grade classes include challenging courses, built to encourage the growth of skills our students are already naturally developing. Our online middle school curriculum provides students with the well-rounded, state approved education they need to be successful in their life after school. Curious about eAchieve Academy? Read more about our online school's history

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What makes eAchieve Academy a popular choice for online education? 

Since 2009, eAchieve Academy has offered the best online education for 7th grade students in Wisconsin. Our 7th grade curriculum isn't only constructed to help our students improve their grammar, knowledge of history, and understanding of basic geometry, but gives them the tools they need to develop a sense of leadership and independence as well. For years we have received impressive feedback from Wisconsin students, graduates, teachers, and parents who were simply looking for a solution. If you are currently interested in enrolling at eAchieve Academy in our online 7th grade program, don't hesitate! Enrollment in our online middle school is easy and FREE, and includes: 

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eAchieve Academy may be based out of Waukesha, but we are a popular choice for online 7th grade education around the state of Wisconsin! Whether you're near us in Milwaukee, New Berlin, Oconomowoc, or you're a drive away in Racine, Madison, or Green Bay, eAchieve Academy has the resources and tools to ensure you have a clear path to proven success! Parents who contact us often have many question regarding how online middle school works. Taking into account the push back many parents have about online school, it's completely understandable! At eAchieve Academy, we only have one thing to say: relax. We are a legitimate, state approved public middle school with real and successful 7th grade students. Our staff of experienced teachers are not new to online education and we have many different opportunities for our students to make social connections. At eAchieve Academy, our 7th grade students can only benefit, whether it be with a better environment for focusing or a more flexible schedule to pursue their own interests. 

Excited to switch to the best online 7th grade program in Wisconsin? Contact eAchieve Academy today!


Students enrolled in online middle school programs receive the vital education 7th graders need in preparation for high school. Our core 7th grade courses are:

Language Arts Math Science Social Studies


Language Arts


Students will engage in a variety of reading and writing activities designed to enhance and integrate literacy. Students will develop effective communication skills through listening, speaking and writing via activities designed to strengthen vocabulary, improve grammar, and reinforce reading comprehension. Students will gain a greater appreciation for literature while recognizing the application of new life-skills through reading and writing activities designed to teach and incorporate fun at the same time and facilitate better reading and writing skills. Our primary text for the course is the excellent Holt MacDougal Online Literature collection for 7th grade.

Learning Targets:

Communication Target: Students can effectively communicate for a variety of purposes to a variety of audiences.

Reading Target: Students can comprehend and evaluate both fiction and non-fiction texts.

Research & Inquiry Target: Students can conduct research for a variety of purposes (evaluating sources for validity and appropriateness), and provide accurate citations.

Digital Media Target: Make strategic use of digital media (such as textual, graphical, audio, visual, etc.) in writing and speaking to enhance the message and display information dynamically.


Full Year

Grade Level:




Students will learn 7th grade math topics outlined in this course drawing from a variety of sources, including hands on activities, interactive lessons, and practical math applications.

Course Outline:

Semester A Topics include: Integers, Exponents, Squares and Square Roots, Order of Operations, Comparing and Ordering Fractions, Addition and Subtraction of Fractions, Multiplication and Division of Fractions, Mixed Numbers, Solving Equations with Fractions, Place Value, Rounding, Comparing and Ordering Decimals, Conversion between Fractions and Decimals, Addition and Subtraction of Decimals, Multiplication and Division of Decimals, Solving Equations with Decimals, Connecting Fractions, Decimals, and Percents, Percent of a Number, Percent of Change, Simple Interest, Solving Equations with Percents.

Semester B Topics include: Mean, Median, Mode and Range, Probability, Combinations and Permutations, Lines and Angles, Triangles, Quadrilaterals and other Polygons, Perimeter and Area, Circles, Volume and Surface Areas, Transformations, Measurement, Graphs and Data Analysis, Ratios and Proportions, Number Concepts, Properties of Numbers and Variable Expressions, Patterns, Functions, Graphs, and Linear Equations, Inequalities.

Learning Targets:

Ratios and Proportional Relationships

The Number System

Expressions and Equations

Geometry - Figures

Geometry - Area and Volume

Statistics and Probability


Full Year

Grade Level:

6, 7, 8



This survey course will provide students an opportunity for study in both physical and biological sciences.

The course starts with a strong foundation of instruction on the nature of science, using a discovery process to teach the scientific method, and the use of metric measurements in scientific investigations. The rest of the first semester then covers basic concepts of force, motion and equilibrium. Concepts of human biology are also uncovered, with emphasis on body systems and those amazing functions that contribute to our wellness.

The second semester transitions to a more macro focus on ecosystems and conservation. Agricultural science and its impact on biotechnology is introduced, along with its affect on human interaction with the earth. Finally, the basics of environmental science are covered, and through the use of stunning photography and lively animation, students will interact with endangered species, learn about natural resource use, environmental health, pollution, and biodiversity.

Learning Targets:

T1: Generate and evaluate evidence and explanations

- design experiments to test self-generated hypotheses and evaluate data to draw a valid conclusion.

T2: Evaluate, use, and interpret scientific explanations of the natural world

- demonstrate an understanding and ability to apply the basic scientific concepts of the course.

T3: Demonstrate the nature and development of scientific knowledge

- explain how scientific thought evolves with time and information.

T4: Communicate productively in scientific practices and discourse

- employ methods of communication which are regularly used in the scientific community


There are no prerequisites for this course.


Full Year

Grade Level:


Social Studies


Students will be taken through the disciplines of word history, landform and geography, money and economics, the powers and parallels of political science, sociology, and anthropology. Through hands-on tutorials and interaction with animation that brings this history to life, students will acquire the skills necessary to study and understand world cultures, while examining their unique physical features using state-of-the-art electronic geographic tools.

Beginning with the mysteries of the ancient empires of the Americas, students will discover and understand the fall of the Roman Empire, the rise of the Franks in Europe, and uncover the enchanting Kingdom of Ghana. Students will be taken through Revolutionary Europe, then to the Industrial Revolution, Nationalism and Imperialism, and on to World Wars I and II. They'll discover the wonders of Colonial India, become informed about the United Nations as a peacekeeping and political force, the politics of the war in Vietnam, and past and current issues in the Middle East. Finally, they'll discover modern Africa and understand its history, to end with a broad but compelling introduction to the Information and Space Ages.

Learning Targets:

Use a variety of geographic representations (political, physical, topographic, globes, photographs, and satellite images) to gather information about place

Understand and define the relationship between geography, world cultures and history.

Investigate how various cultural elements impact global interdependence.

Know and apply the five themes of geography, which are location, place, human-environment interaction, movement and region to the following: Africa., Asia, and Australia

Draw a mental map of the World identifying the major land forms and bodies of water.

Investigate how historical events impact global interdependence.

Employ cause/effect arguments to demonstrate how significant events are interpreted to have influenced the past and present in World History.

Analyze examples of conflict, cooperation, and interdependence among groups, societies, or nations in world history.

Describe how history can be organized and analyzed.

Explain how government impacts global interdependence.

Explain how the powers of government are acquired, maintained, and abused throughout the world.

Apply economic concepts (supply, demand, production, exchange, consumption, labor and wages) to areas of study.

Explain how economics impacts global interdependence.

Identify how natural resources shape economic patterns.

Describe ways in which culture influences the everyday lives of people.


Full Year

Grade Level:


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