About Greenbush Online
Students have the opportunity to recover credits to graduate or take a course that may not be offered in their brick and mortar school. Consistent access to curriculum allows students to move at their own pace with assistance from a licensed educator. All credits are granted by the home district therefore it is important to gain prior approval from your school prior to purchasing courses.
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|Regular Courses||Initial Credit $315||Cred. Recov. $215|
|German||Initial Credit $375||Cred. Recov. $275|
|NCAA Approved Courses||Initial Credit $325|
Pricing is effective July 1, 2019
Courses must be completed within 6 months of the original start date. Extensions may be requested in writing prior to 3 weeks of the end date at a cost of $75 per month.
If you withdrawal from a course within 14 days of enrollment, you will be issued a refund minus processing fees. No refund applies after the 14 day period.
If you endure extenuating circumstances during class, please contact a Greenbush Online staff member as soon as reasonably possible. Greenbush will work with the local school to determine if an accommodation can be made.
Students are responsible for their own learning and contacting teachers when they need assistance.
Students or school officials are encouraged to establish deadlines which would benefit the student. Greenbush can assist with setting up a daily pacing guide to meet these goals.
Course will be graded on a percentage basis.
Final exams must be proctored by a school official.
Upon written request, Greenbush will send final grades to the student and/or their school. The school has final say on granting credit.
Our regular courses have not been approved by the NCAA. If your student plans to participate in NCAA sports, you may request courses that have been pre-approved on the course enrollment form.
- Math 6 A/B
- Math 7 A/B
- Math 8 A/B
- Basic Math A/B
- Pre Algebra A/B
- Algebra I A/B
- Algebra II A/B
- Probability and Statistics A/B
- Financial/Consumer Math A/B
- Geometry A/B
- Trigonometry A/B
- Pre-Calculus A/B
- AP Calc AB
- Probability and Statisitics A/B
- Intro to Stats
- Biology A/B
- Chemistry A/B
- Earth Science A/B
- Environmental Science A/B
- Life Science A/B
- Physical Science A/B
- Physics A/B
- Geography A/B
- Economics A/B
- Ancient World History A/B
- Modern World History A/B
- U.S. Government (One Semester)
- U.S. History A/B
- Language Arts 9 A/B
- Language Arts 10 A/B
- Language Arts 11 A/B
- Language Arts 12 A/B
- Intro to Communications and Speech A/B
- Expository Reading and Writing A/B
- Spanish I, II, III A/B
- French I, II, III A/B
- Psychology A/B
- Sociology A/B
- Intro to Business A/B
- Intro to Health Science A/B
- Intro to Entrepreneurship A/B
- Foundations of Personal Wellness A/B
- Intro to Art (1 semester)
- Art History (1 semester)
- Computer Applications (Office) A/B
- Physical Education A/B
IMPORTANT: Individuals need to seek permission that their resident district/school will grant credit prior to enrolling. Greenbush provides the teaching and learning. The home district grants the credit.
Individuals responsible for payment will be billed and can pay by credit or debit card after submitting the enrollment form. Payment must be received before the course is started. Districts responsible for payment will be billed.
Academic Honesty: Academic honesty is expected. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to: cheating, plagiarism, fabrication of information or citations, facilitating acts of academic dishonesty by others, unauthorized prior possession of examinations, submitting work of another person or work previously used without informing the instructor and securing written approval, or tampering with academic work of other students. Any evidence of academic misconduct may warrant a failing grade, forfeiture of all fees, and an academic misconduct investigation.
If a Greenbush instructor suspects academic misconduct, he or she will inform the program director or their designee within 10 calendar days (excluding breaks) of discovering the evidence of possible misconduct. The director will notify the student and the Academic Misconduct Board (AMB) within 10 calendar days (excluding breaks) of receiving notification from the instructor. The AMB will consist of the program assistant, program director, and the learning services director. From the date the student is notified that he or she is suspected of academic misconduct, the student has 10 calendar days (excluding breaks) to respond regarding the suspected misconduct. After the student response or after 10 day period has elapsed, the AMB will convene to examine the evidence of the misconduct and the student's response. The AMB then has 10 calendar days (excluding breaks) to notify the student of the outcome. The decision of the AMB will be final.
If the student is working through a local school district, the district will be responsible for handling the academic dishonesty situation.
Appropriate Use: Access and use of technology for communication and completion of courses through Greenbush imposes certain responsibilities and obligations on the part of the student enrolled in the course. Appropriate use is ethical and honest, and demonstrates respect for physical and intellectual property, including system security protocols.
Students, teachers and other personnel at Greenbush have a right to privacy and are protected by this policy from intimidation, harassment, and unwarranted annoyance from any other user. When enrolling in an online course, students accept the terms of this policy. Any violation of this policy could result in a student's dismissal from the Greenbush program.
Appeals: Any student who would like to appeal a lesson, test grade or a final grade must notify the course instructor within 30 days (excluding breaks) after the grade has been posted. The instructor will consider the appeal, in consultation with the local online contact and the program director if desired on the part of the instructor, and will inform the student of the outcome of the appeal no later than 30 calendar days (excluding breaks) after the notification from the student. At that point, the decision of the instructor is final.
Student Conduct: Profane, vulgar or threatening language or actions directed at a teacher, other staff members, or another student will not be tolerated. The student could be removed from the course if such conduct takes place.
Equal Access: The Education Service Center - Greenbush is open to all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin or disability (temporary or permanent). Independent learning courses can be adjusted according to a student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Contact Greenbush for details.