ESVL Curriculum

  • Students have two virtual options to complete their coursework: Edgenuity and concurrent coursework through Baker University. Information is provided on this page for both. Students enrolled in ESVL can utilize both Edgenuity and Baker University or only Edgenuity, whichever path works best for them.  

Edgenuity Curriculum Information

  • Students are provided a curriculum through the curriculum application Edgenuity. Courses are structured by certified teachers and provide a combination of vocabulary, direct instruction, practice work, labs, and test reviews to complete mastery exams or course proficiency. Modification for each individual student will be considered based on: career goals, diagnostic tests, pretests, transcript analysis and individual learning skills. Students are encouraged to take notes, use the guided e-notes if provided, create flashcards or other study aids as needed.

    Edgenuity Courseware enables students to take ownership over their learning and supports educators to help them improve efficiency and maximize student success. Courseware curriculum is grounded in research and aligned to state standards, the Common Core, and the NGSS. Courses combine direct-instruction videos featuring expert, on-screen teachers with rigorous assignments, performance tasks, and assessments to engage students and ensure subject-area mastery.

    Please click the links below for curriculum information.

    2022 ESVL Course Descriptions

Baker University

  • ESVL is excited to offer concurrent classes through Baker University to students beginning in the 2022 school year. This allows students in grades 9-12 to receive both high school graduation requirements and college credit. This partnership continues to allow students to work virtually through their coursework. Students are allowed to take up to two courses per semester through Baker University. 

    Students must meet the following requirements in order to enroll:

    • be enrolled as a student at ESVL
    • have completed their first semester of high school (3.5 credits)
    • have a minimum 3.0 GPA

    ESVL-Baker University Concurrent Course information

    Baker University Concurrent Course Description