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Welcome to ACCESS Distance Learning! -
Our Vision: The State of Alabama will provide equal access to high quality instruction to improve student achievement through distance learn
ing.

 

2014 ACCESS Awards

This year’s winners are:

 

ACCESS Administrator of the Year

Kathy Vintson, Principal

Cordova High School, Walker County Schools

ACCESS Teacher of the Year

Rhonda Ballentine, Math Teacher

Boaz High School, Boaz City Schools

ACCESS Counselor of the Year

Janna Bonds, Counselor, Douglas High School

Marshall County Schools

ACCESS Facilitator of the Year

Rachel Kilgo, Douglas High School

Marshall County Schools

ACCESS Student of the Year

Haley Dorn, Auburn High School

Auburn City Schools

Alabama Digital Learning events are well underway for 2014-15.

Be sure and visit our website at www.alex.state.al.us/alabamadlm and check out the exciting programs we have lined up for your students!

 

 

 


Quick Links to Course Information

(Because we update these documents frequently, please be sure and use Refresh in your browser to view the most current document.)

Click Here for 2013-2014 Term Dates

Click Here for Fall 2014-Spring 2015 Single Page ACCESS Course Listings

Click Here for 2014-2015 Course Catalog **Updated 9/5/14**

Click Here for Fall 2014-Spring 2015 8th grade Instructional Offerings

Click Here for 2014-2015 Textbooks at a Glance **Updated 9/15/14**

Click Here for Summer 2014 Projected Course Offerings

 

Credit Advancement Classes

ACCESS Distance Learning now provides Credit Advancement courses
in the following subjects:

Algebra I U.S. Government
Algebra II World History: 1500 to present
Algebra II with trigonometry U.S. History to 1877
Geometry U.S. History from 1877 to present
Algebraic Connections English 9
Precalculus English 10
Economics English 11
  English 12

Credit Advancement courses permit students to prove mastery in units, allowing them to move past units in which they are proficient and concentrate on units in which they need additional work. Successful completion of a Credit Advancement course allows students to move forward into the next course in the sequence of that content area. All ACCESS courses are free to students enrolled in Alabama public schools and on a fee basis for non-public school students. See your school counselor to register. Please note that ACCESS Credit Advancement courses are not approved by the NCAA for eligibility purposes.


2012-2013 Subject and Personnel Codes


Task Force on Distance and Blended Learning - ACCESS Plan 2011- 2016