Academic learning in college absolutely demands self-discipline and excellent time management skills. Graduates of traditional high schools tend to experience a significant adjustment in study techniques upon entering college. No one will hold your hand and walk you through assignments, remind you to study or turn in assignments on time. Nothing prepares high school students for college or the trades better than our online high school. Our instructors believe education is about more than memorizing information and performing well on standardized tests.
We stress individual responsibility, self-discipline and a good work ethic. Seniors re-enrolling in or switching to our online high school classes give themselves a chance to be highly successful straight out of high school by utilizing our diverse array of course offerings to build skills they will need later in life.
- Greatly diverse online learning experience
- Our model conforms to the student
- Take the classes you want, when you want
- Totally unique option for seniors in Wisconsin
- Tremendous opportunity for independent, highly motivated students
- Learn excellent self-discipline and time management skills
- Government is a capstone class available to seniors only, in which every student completes an issue-based research project
- Ability to enroll in career pathways COOP and gain experience in a paid or volunteer position
- Many AP courses in several departments.
- eAchieve offers 12th grade classes with NCAA certification
- 12th graders receive a standard high school diploma and may attend graduation
- Students work at their own speed
- Build their own schedule and work at their own pace
- Students in all Wisconsin school districts are eligible for our tuition-free online public school
Students who participate in creative art classes can explore different times and cultures to gain unique perspectives on the world. Take AP Art History for college credit and learn about history through architecture, sculptures, paintings, and more. Our introductory Digital Drawing and Painting and Photography courses leave students with portfolio work and essential technical skills. A Beginning Acting class is more than memorizing lines–students will gain the skills and confidence necessary to perform.
Discover the evolution of art, take hands on courses to develop your skills and create a portfolio, or take our online AP Art Courses for college credit.
Business Education Courses
Whether you’re a student looking to gain knowledge about personal finance or are seeking a career path in business, eAchieve Academy provides a holistic business education. Gaining general knowledge through our Personal Financial Planning, Computer Applications, and Keyboarding Essentials classes is beneficial to all students. In-depth Accounting and Entrepreneurship courses set students up for success when pursuing careers in those fields.
Our personalized classes keep up with a constantly evolving business world to prepare students for rigorous college courses and real-world application.
Our wide variety of senior level online English courses allow us to cater to every student. Basic Grammar and Reading Comprehension courses are designed to help students effectively communicate through reading, writing and speaking to more specialized literature electives. Both our American and British Literature electives teach students literary terms and how to conduct research from credible sources. Literary techniques and experimentation in our Creative Writing class encourages students to regularly write in a variety of genres. Taking AP English for college credit is a great way for students to prepare for college courses.
Family & Consumer Science Courses
Our Life Skills, Career Pathways, and Career Planning courses are committed to guiding students towards maintaining employment in a career that interests them and fits their skills. Students will learn to analyze verbal and nonverbal communication and gain teamwork skills necessary in the work place.
Resume writing, job application, and interview practice set up students for success when they enter the work force. Students with interests in restaurant operation or food preparation will find our Worldwide Cuisine and Chef Foods courses comprehensive and engaging.
For students interested in psychology or design our Fashion and Interior Design course will teach them elements and principles of design and their psychological impact. A Child Development course is a great place to start for students with goals of becoming a teacher, pediatrician, child psychologist, social worker, or child care provider.
Health & Physical Education (PE) Courses
Students exposed to a wide range of individual sports and the benefits of physical activity are able to maintain a better active and healthy lifestyle in adulthood. Our Intro to Fitness course is designed to get students moving and improve their knowledge about health and how their bodies work.
A Health class is a great option for students who want to learn ways to approach healthy lifestyle choices that reduce health risks. Our Nutrition and Wellness class offers a comprehensive study of nutritional principles, guidelines, and the ability to read and understand food labels-knowledge that will prove vital when making food choices as an adult.
The Fitness Fundamentals 1 and 2 courses allow for more in-depth coverage of muscular strength, endurance, cardiovascular health, flexibility, and body composition topics. Learning about general health or specific aspects of fitness gives students the skills necessary for living a healthy life.
Information Technology (IT) Courses
Our wide variety of online senior level IT courses allow us to cater to the needs of every student. AP Computer Science A and AP Computer Science Principles help students gain college credit while achieving their high school goals. Our Digital Imaging 1 and 2 courses give a great overview of digital cameras and general photographic concepts and students will leave with a portfolio demonstrating the skills they’ve learned.
Students interested in pursuing a career in programming will find our Programming JAVA 1 and 2 courses a great starting point to learn the basics of Java and leave knowing how to use a Graphical User Interface to design their own programs.
Our Web Development A and B courses are great when paired with the Web Design Editors class, students will learn HTML & CSS in order to create well-formed websites.
Use our Math Pathways chart as a guide to plan which math classes you want to take
A wide range of math courses at varying levels means every student will find the one that best fits their needs and learning pace. Our Pre-College Math, Pre-Algebra, and Integrated Math courses are great for students that struggle in math or need reinforcement before moving onto higher levels.
For students headed down a career path with minimal math our Math for Consumers course provides comprehensive everyday math skills that translate into the real world. Take Pre-Algebra and Algebra 1 & 2 courses for introductory high school level mathematics.
Taking AP Calculus for college credit is a great way for students to prepare for college-level courses.
Students involved in music programs perform better in academic areas. eAchieve Academy offers Music Appreciation and Music in film Courses for those who want to explore the world of music through exploration and listening.
Want something more hands on? Our online Beginning Guitar courses will set you up with the basics of acoustic guitar. You will finish the courses knowing the proper techniques and be able to play simple melodies. For students seeking an online course for college credit or with plans for music beyond high school, our AP Music Theory is rigorous starting point.
Science courses help students learn about the world around them through observations, experiments, and analysis. eAchieve Academy offers 13 science courses so students are guaranteed to find one that suits their interests. Our AP Biology, Chemistry, and Physics courses provide college credit and the next steps for students who have completed our Biology, Chemistry and Physics courses.
Forensic Science allows students an introduction to how science is used to support the legal system, and our Anatomy & Physiology course provides students with an overview of what future medical or healthcare careers would include. Our Earth Science and Environmental Science courses are great starting points for students interested in learning about our planet and how humans impact it.
Take Physical Science Chemistry and Physical Science Physics courses for more coverage of basic concepts and principles needed to successfully complete AP high school courses and future college classes.
Social Studies Courses
Students will learn about the past and how important events have changed the course of history. With six AP courses to choose from students will find classes on a variety of topics that can earn them college credit. Students will learn about the past through studying wars, societies, and revolutions in our US, European, and World History courses as well as their AP versions for college credit.
Our Economics and AP Economics Macro and Micro courses push students to draw conclusions about the main factors in production and the role of government in an open market society. A Social Issues course has students analyze the relationship between human behavior, culture, and society.
Study the behavior and mental processes of people in our Psychology and AP Psychology courses and study the patterns that shaped human understanding and how geographical circumstances impact all aspects of life.
Interested in pursuing a career in Law or Government? We have introductory courses that provide basic overviews of both of these fields as well as a US in a Global Perspective course to encourage cultural understanding.
World Language Courses
The ability to speak another language is a valuable skill for any student to learn. eAchieve Academy offers four different languages; Spanish, French, German, and Latin. Students can get a jump start on college by taking AP Spanish for college credit.
Discovering different cultures and histories through a language helps expand students’ world view and cultural understanding. With four levels offered in French, German, and Spanish students can easily graduate with the ability to communicate in their chosen language.
eAchieve Academy offers twenty different AP classes students can take in senior year. Taking AP classes senior year can also save you a lot of money on college tuition in years to come. If you do well enough on the AP exam you can receive college credit for your high school AP courses.
Some students are under the impression AP courses don’t matter senior year because college admissions offices don’t see your grades from 12th grade classes. But they still note how many honors or AP classes you take senior year, so it’s important to show you’re continuing to challenge yourself and grow academically.
Full Time Students
By choosing to enroll in online school, as opposed to attending a traditional, face-to-face school, students take learning into their own hands. While attending eAchieve Academy, you are taught the same materials and courses as a traditional school.Full-Time Enrollment
Part Time Students
High school and home school students can enroll in one or two online classes every semester and still go to the same school you currently attend. eAchieve Academy offers a wide range of core classes, honors classes, AP classes and electives.Part-Time Enrollment
Students who want to transfer from their current school full-time to eAchieve for online high, middle or elementary school can do so for the remainder of the school year. To transfer to eAchieve during the school year, you must meet one of the open enrollment exceptions.Immediate Transfer
How many AP classes a high school senior should take?
How many AP classes you should take senior year depends on how many you’ve taken in 9th-11th grades and how you fared. If you’ve done well in AP classes before 12th grade you should plan on taking additional AP classes senior year. By now you’ve probably earned most of the core credits you need to graduate, so there should be more room in your schedule for elective like AP classes.
College-bound seniors could aim for 2-4 AP classes senior year. If you’re applying to highly competitive schools you could take as many as 5-6. Our guide to how many AP classes you should take each year of high school can help you plan your course selections so you’re not stuck scrambling.
Don’t get so focused on the number of AP classes that you have little time to spend applying for scholarships and college admissions. Balance is key, and talking to your school’s academic advisor is a good place to start.
How do I choose the best AP classes for your senior year?
There are a couple of strategies for picking the best AP classes in 12th grade. First, there’s the potential to test out of and/or receive early college credit in certain subjects. No matter what you major in, you’ll have to take math and English classes in college. If you score high enough in AP English and AP Calculus you might not have to retake them at university.
The other approach is based on your intended college major, if you have one. As an example, if you know you want to major in one of the hard sciences, definitely get a head start on college-level science classes with AP Biology, Chemistry or Physics.
No matter which AP classes you take in 12th grade, getting accustomed to college-level material will benefit you down the road. So if you’re interested in a specific subject like AP Art History or AP Computer Science, go for it!
Can you transfer high schools in 12th grade?
Yes – You can apply to transfer to a different high school before or even during your senior year. You can transfer high schools in 12th grade, either before the start of your senior year or during the school year. You can transfer within the school district you live in, to a different district, or to an online high school.
What classes should you take in your senior year of high school?
By your senior year, you should be finishing up any courses required for graduation and exploring electives in subjects of potential career interest. Motivated seniors planning on college should consider taking AP classes, which help prepare you for higher education and can even save you money on college tuition. If you attend a traditional high school and find yourself a credit or two short of the requirements for graduation, don’t despair. You can take up to 2 online courses through eAchieve each semester, which can help you catch up and graduate with your class.
Can I finish my senior year of high school online?
Yes! If you are transferring to eAchieve Academy for your senior year, you will likely be required to meet the graduation requirements of the school you’re transferring from. A good first step is talking to your high school academic advisor about transferring to online school. eAchieve does accept credits earned at other schools prior to enrollment at eAchieve, but transfer students have to earn a minimum of 4 credits at eAchieve to graduate from our online high school. High school seniors in Wisconsin also have the option of staying enrolled at their current school and taking all their classes online with us. This is a popular choice for seniors who want to keep playing sports in high school but study online.
Should I take AP classes in my senior year?
If there’s an Advanced Placement class in a subject you find interesting and you’re otherwise on track with the credits you’ll need to graduate, by all means take an AP class or two. Taking AP classes senior year can impress college admissions officers, as long as you do well in them. Because they’re more challenging, taking AP classes senior year can be a great way to prepare for college-level classes. Earning a high enough score on the AP exam may also let you earn college credits ahead of time, potentially saving money on college tuition.
Do colleges look at senior year grades?
Yes – and letting your grades, attendance or extracurricular involvement go down the tubes senior year can potentially sabotage your plans for higher education. Because most students apply to colleges toward the end of the first semester of their senior year, college admissions officers usually only see your freshman through junior year grades – at first. Most will require a mid-year report with your final grades from first semester of senior year. Some schools even grant admission contingent upon your final senior year grades. If you’re on a wait list for your first-choice school, keeping your grades up your entire senior year is a must to increase your odds of admission.