Corbett School District is excited to offer an online option to students in grades 6-12. All courses are taught by Oregon-certified teachers, and offer live interaction with teachers as well as flexible weekly deadlines. Want to enroll? Complete this form and a staff member will reach out to schedule an enrollment appointment within five business days. Rolling admission will take place throughout the year.
The online school will follow a semester schedule that aligns with Corbett’s school calendar. First semester begins August 28, 2023 and ends January 19, 2024. Second semester begins January 22, 2024 and ends May 31, 2024.
Students in grades 6-8 will take English, math, science, social studies, health and PE, as well as two electives. Elective options for 6-8 include Art, Educational Technology and Online Learning, Exploring Music, and Middle School Digital Art and Design.
Students in grades 9-12 are considered full time if they complete 6 credits per year. Online students can take up to 8 credits per year. All students in grades 9-12 take English, math, science, social studies each year. Other course selections depend on the diploma type selected; students in grades 9-12 will have access to all diploma paths offered to any Corbett School District student, including the Corbett Honors Diploma. More information about diplomas can be found in the parent/student handbook on p. 87-88. The complete list of courses for Corbett’s online school can be found here.
Corbett School District’s online high school is different from other online schools in three ways.
- Participation in graduation ceremony Students that graduate from Corbett’s online school get to participate in Corbett High School’s graduation ceremony.
- Invited to high school dances Students in grades 9-12 are invited to attend dances as appropriate for their grade level. For example, juniors and seniors are invited to Prom while all 9-12 graders are invited to Homecoming. Students in grade 6-8 online school are not able to attend in person dances for the 23-24 school year.
- Access to no-cost standardized testing Corbett School District pays for students to take PSAT, SAT, ACT, and AP exams. Students are invited to take their PSAT, SAT, ACT, and AP exams in person on Corbett’s campus. When practicable, online options will be available for online students. The digital SAT is now available, as are several digital AP exams.
I (or my student) currently attends in person school in Corbett. How do I enroll in the online school?
Students that are currently enrolled in the Corbett School District and wish to attend online need to complete a one page intradistrict transfer form, available from the current principal of the building.
Can I go to Corbett’s online school part time and attend in person part time?
Students in grades 9-12 that were enrolled in person in Corbett School District for 22-23 school year, or are residents of Corbett, can choose to attend online school for 100% of their schedule or 50% of their schedule. Students that are enrolling in the online school directly and reside outside the district boundaries must enroll 100% online. There is no 50% online option for students in grades 6-8.
Will I (or my student) be able to play sports at Corbett?
If a student in the online school is a resident of Corbett, they can play sports at Corbett. If they reside in another district, they must participate in their resident district’s athletics program.
Do Corbett’s online students have access to Middle College at Mount Hood Community College (MHCC)?
Yes! Online students are welcome to apply to Corbett’s Middle College program, which allows 11th and 12th grade students to take 12-16 credits a year at MHCC. There is a set amount of funding available for this program, and there is a competitive application process. Online students will be evaluated by the same criteria as in person students. The application is generally due in early March for the following academic year. Want to learn more about Middle College? Here are the slides from this year’s information session.
Can I (or my student) get credit for working at a job?
Yes! Students in grades 11-12 can earn (up to 2) elective credits for working at a job per academic year. There is a non-competitive application process to participate; all qualified students can participate. Here is the application for 23-24.