In-District Enrollment

SOLVING FOR FLEXIBILITY

An Appleton Area School District resident is defined as any student residing within the current enrollment boundaries defined by the Board of Education. Find our School Boundaries on the AASD website.

Resident students, as defined below, will have the opportunity to enroll into one course. Upon successful completion of the first course, students may enroll in up to two courses simultaneously.  In most cases, students take a blended schedule when participating with eSchool.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Appleton Area School District students’ grades 9-12 may request enrollment in Appleton eSchool courses.

CHARTER SCHOOL STUDENTS
Appleton Area School District charter school students may request enrollment in Appleton eSchool courses.

PRIVATE SCHOOL STUDENTS*
Appleton Area School District residents who attend private schools may enroll in up to two online courses per semester.

HOME SCHOOLED STUDENTS*
Appleton Area School District residents who are home schooled may enroll in up to two online courses per semester.

MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
Appleton Area School District middle school students may request enrollment in eSchool courses with Principal permission. After completing 8th grade, students interested in pursuing online high school classes with eSchool are encouraged to take an online course during the summer session immediately following completion of 8th grade.

* Based on course and class availability.

Part-time online eSchool student

The Appleton eSchool broadens access to courses that students may be looking for or simply cannot fit into their busy schedules at their main campus school. The flexibility of scheduling à la carte online courses with the Appleton eSchool during the school day allows students to create their academic experience.

Full-time online eSchool student

Appleton eSchool also offers students the option of attending Appleton eSchool as a full-time online student. Contact the eSchool office if you are interested in enrolling as a full-time virtual student with eSchool.

Students can start classes with eSchool September – February during the school year as enrollments are ongoing as long as classes have availability.

Possible eSchool part-time scenarios to bring online learning into daily schedules

  • New eSchool students: 1.0 credit online AND 5.0 credits at their high school.
  • New eSchool students start with one course and after completing successfully, may take up to two simultaneously.
  • Successful returning eSchool students: up to 2.0 credits online AND 4.0 credits at their high school.
  • Students looking for more than 2.0 credits online with eSchool, please consult your counselor or contact the eSchool office for more information.

How to Integrate eSchool part-time into Your Schedule in AASD

  1. Identify a course(s) to take online with eSchool
  2. Consult your counselor to integrate with your academic plan
  3. Register for course(s) in the eSchool system
  4. Connect with the eSchool coach at East (Mr. Hanson in the eSchool office), North (Mrs. Vandenheuvel's room 2354), or West (Mrs. Kinzenbaw's room 246) to help determine the logistics of participating in a blended schedule

If you have any additional questions, please contact the eSchool office.

*New eSchool students begin with 1 eSchool course. Upon successful completion of the first online eSchool course, part-time eSchool students may take up to 2 online eSchool courses simultaneously.

COURSE REQUESTS OPEN AUGUST 21