GradPoint™: A digital learning solution for grades 6-12
Limitation ends here. Success lies ahead.
There is no better testament to the power of our programs than the success stories of our customers. Below is a sampling of some of the many success stories of schools and districts using GradPoint.
Mt. Morris Consolidated Schools, Mt. Morris, Michigan After analyzing their student populations and identifying their various needs, Mt. Morris Consolidated School District administrators implemented Waterford Early Learning, SuccessMaker, GradPoint and Zeos at their different schools to help bridge the achievement gap, build foundational grade-level skills, remediate struggling learners, provide preparation practice for state assessments and give alternative educational opportunities to their high school students.
New Covenant Academy, Los Angeles, California To address the need of enhancing student engagement in the classroom, New Covenant Academy administrators decided to implement the flipped classroom model using the online courses delivered and hosted on GradPoint. All students in grades 6-10 work at their own pace using the online instruction and receive guidance and additional help from teachers during class time. This model is working successfully for New Covenant Academy.
Peabody Learning Academy, Peabody, Massachusetts Education and business officials worked together to create Peabody Learning Academy, an alternative high school that gives at-risk high school students another chance to earn a diploma. Using NovaNET Courseware and GradPoint, students are graduating from the academy and continuing their education at the local community college taking college-level courses.
Union High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma In 2008 students began asking for online classes they could take at their own pace and have access to 24 hours a day. Union High School administrators built a virtual academy using GradPoint, where all students could sign up for classes. Within its first year of implementation more than 800 courses were taken with a 98 percent successful pass rate.