North High School and West High School
Main Office: (920) 424-4035
What is eAcademy?
The Oshkosh Area School District eAcademy is an online program that offers a variety of virtual learning options and services for students, parents, and staff. The OASD eAcademy utilizes new and emerging technologies to provide a flexible pathway to achieve student success within a 21st century learning environment. Classes use high quality online, blended, and hybrid learning resources. The goal of the OASD eAcademy is to provide another option for students to receive a high quality Oshkosh education through personalized digital learning. eAcademy is partnered with the Wisconsin eSchool Network, which is a collaborative network of online programs throughout the state of Wisconsin. eAcademy is not a charter school program, or even a department of OASD, but rather is a set of options, services, and environment embedded into schools, programs, and departments.
North High School Coach
424-7000 (ext. 6774
(920) 424-7000 (ext. 2402)
West High School Coach
424-4092 (ext. 6313)
424-0395 (ext. 2034)
Process for OASD and Non-OASD residents requesting online classes:
STEP 1: Full time students in OASD Attendance Area: After the Full time Interest Form and Request for Transcript Form (if applicable) are received, the student and parent/guardian will be required to attend an informational meeting to discuss the appropriateness of the placement. Part time students/blended students: Student will request courses during the scheduling window at their home school. Part time students do not need to complete the Interest Form.
STEP 2: If not previously completed, parent/student will complete any necessary enrollment paperwork for the district. This information will be used to create a parent/guardian account, and a student account in the eAcademy system.
STEP 3: Student/and or parent will receive notification of requested course(s) and asked to submit student contract. Upon receipt of the student contract, school counselor or eAcademy staff will notify the student of course approval.
STEP 4: Upon course approval, the student will be enrolled in a Mandatory online orientation. Successful completion of the orientation is required prior to the start of coursework. Students will have 72 hours to complete the orientation. Failure to do so will halt the online enrollment process. Returning students may be asked to complete an abbreviated version of the online orientation.
STEP 5: Student will be enrolled in their requested course(s) upon completion of their orientation.