EPGY Open Enrollment
Online Learning for Independent Students
Open Enrollment makes EPGY courses available to students who prefer an independent, self-directed learning experience to our Instructor Guided Courses. Through Open Enrollment, students can take the K-7 Mathematics, Language Arts and Writing, and Beginning Algebra courses.
How it Works
Open Enrollment students are supported in their coursework by their parents who assume the role of Instructor. The course software continually assesses student progress and provides reports and data to assist parents in quickly and easily identifying areas of challenge for their student. Technical support for the courses is available primarily through the School Support Associate, who is trained by EPGY staff and acts as a liaison with EPGY. Open Enrollment works most effectively when parents actively monitor their children’s coursework and maintain a close working relationship with their School Support Associate (SSA).
Who Can Enroll
Open Enrollment is intended for groups of home-schooled students, or students who attend different schools within manageable geographic proximity and come together to form a learning community. Each group must have a designated School Support Associate.
How to Enroll
Open Enrollment is available to any group or learning community looking to improve student achievement. If your school already has a participating group, or if you would like to create a new group, you can register in Open Enrollment immediately. The list of participating schools is available on the Sign up page. Upon enrollment, you will receive the name and contact information for your School Support Associate.
Students may sign up at any time during the year for 10-month or 5-month enrollment periods. Both enrollment periods include all three courses offered through Open Enrollment, K-7 Mathematics, Beginning Algebra and Language Arts and Writing.