CCPS Online

CCPS Online Learning

Calvert County Public Schools (CCPS) offers online learning opportunities as alternatives for gaining original credit or recovering credit. Only students enrolled in a CCPS high school may participate in the CCPS Online Learning Program. Students have two options for participating in online courses, courses offered through CCPS for original or credit recovery and courses offered through Apex Learning Virtual School (ALVS), a Maryland approved vendor for credit recovery only.

More Information

CCPS Online Learning Overview
Online School FAQs
Common Misconceptions of Online Learning
Characteristics of an Online Learner
Student Registration Checklist for an Online Course

Basic Steps for Online Fall/Spring School Registration

  1. Take the Online Learning Interest Survey. After completing the survey, students will be emailed detailed information about accessing CCPS Online Orientation. Orientation is a short mini-course of activities similar to those found in any online course. Students who have PREVIOUSLY taken an online course interested in enrolling in an additional online course(s) are required to take the Online Learning Interest Survey.

  2. Students will need to complete all of CCPS Online Orientation on Schoology before finalizing registration for any online course. Log in to Schoology to access CCPS Online orientation (access code C5DB-Q3W8-PHXV5).

  3. Email Sheila Gearhart, CCPS Online Course Coordinator, once the Online Orientation Course is finished to earn your Badge of Completion.

    Please note, completion of the Online Orientation course does not ensure you will be enrolled in a course. Spots in online courses are limited, and priority will be given to upperclassmen. If you do not complete the Online Orientation Course requirements, your course request will not be processed.

Current Online Courses:

  • 6370o – Music Appreciation (Seniors ONLY - 1 credit - Full Year)
  • 8000o – Foundations of Technology (1 credit - Full Year)
  • 5230so – Financial Literacy (.5 credit - Fall or Spring)
  • 7010so – Health (.5 credit - Fall)

Students scheduled for more than seven credits for school year 2020-2021 will be charged a fee of $325 for a one credit online course and $275 for a half credit online course (this includes a $25 non-refundable fee). A bill will be sent out in September for all courses that take place during the regular school year.

Course descriptions, pre-requisites, and grade level restrictions are fully outlined in the High School Educational Planning Guide, available from your school counselor.

Please visit Summer School for more information and requirements for taking online summer courses.

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