The standards-aligned curriculum will be used by educators through the state to customize online learning for their students

Odysseyware, a provider of customizable online courses for K-12 education, announced that Odysseyware Academy has been approved as an online provider in the state of Washington. To earn this approval, the online academy had to meet the rigorous requirements of the multidistrict online provider review process created by the Washington Office of Public Instruction’s Department of Digital Learning.

Odysseyware Academy is accredited nationally by AdvancED and has had several courses approved by the NCAA. Powered by Odysseyware’s award-winning curriculum and staffed by highly qualified teachers, Odysseyware Academy has been providing online courses and partnering with school districts for many years.

Odysseyware Academy is committed to helping schools across the United States create and implement a customized distance-learning program that meets the needs of every student. At the foundation of Odysseyware’s mission are today’s students and their future.

“We are thrilled to be approved in Washington and to continue offering Washington schools and districts more pathways for virtual school solutions and flexible learning opportunities for their students,” said Beth Te Grotenhuis, the president of Odysseyware. “Odysseyware Academy is uniquely equipped to create a personalized learning environment for students at a level that will help them achieve their best, both in academics and in life. This educational program combines state-of-the-art lessons and dedicated, qualified teachers to help students fill their learning needs and meet their goals.”

Odysseyware Academy looks forward to providing high-quality digital content and virtual teaching services to districts and schools in Washington.

Laura Ascione
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