Cache County School District
Cache County School District can help students earn high school credit with credit recovery and credit acceleration through Online opportunities outside of the regular school day. Any course costs are the responsibility of the student, though many courses are offered at no cost.
Statewide Online Education Program (SOEP)
Utah legislation affords eligible students in ninth through twelfth with the option to take up to three high school credits of online education as part of their regular schedule. Online courses combined with regular classes may not exceed the number of courses taken during a regular school day. These courses are at no cost to the student and are funded by withholding state funding from your school/district. Courses may charge class fees that are the responsibility of the student. Fee waivers are available to eligible students. Parents assume the responsibility for students during the release time from the school day. To begin this process a Course Credit Acknowledgement (CCA) form must be prepared by your counselor or the online provider and submitted to the Utah State Office of Education. This form, courses, and a description of the application process can be found at the link below, under Related Links.
Utah Students Connect is a consortium of Cache, Davis, Jordan, Murray, Park City, Nebo and Tooele School Districts. 9-12 grade students in any of these districts can take five online credits per year through USC.
Utah Student Connect provides a quality education with highly qualified Utah teachers, and innovative curriculum. The curriculum was developed by highly qualified Utah teachers who also teach the course, and written to the Utah Core.
Students can enroll for new courses each term for original credit or credit recovery. To get registered for your online course, see your school counselor!
For more information you can go online to Utah Students Connect or contact Curt Jenkins (435-752-3925 ext. 7636).
Please see also: Frequently Asked Questions