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Offering coursework during the summer, period:

Entrada High School (Entrada High School) 

Provo eSchool (Provo High School)

Utah Online School (Utah Online School)

Utah Virtual Academy (Utah Virtual Academy)

Weber Online (Two Rivers High School)

Summer courses are funded as part of a student's ordinary school year; unless the student has an SEOP that allows for early graduation, any summer credits taken will reduce the number of credits which the student may take across the remainder of the school year. 

All Statewide Online Education Program (SOEP) courses will reduce the number of courses a student may take in a traditional setting, in any particular school year, because SOEP courses are added "on top" of or in addition to a full course load taken in a traditional setting. 

In most cases, the student remains limited to 5 credits (five full-year courses) taken online.  If a student wishes to enroll for more than a full-time course load, and not graduate early, it is likely that their own school district or EHS has options that they may be interested in, and students are encouraged to check on these resources.

Offering coursework during the regular Academic Year:

Early College High School Online (SUCCESS Academy)

Entrada High School (Entrada High School)

Mountain Heights Academy (Mountain Heights Academy)

Provo eSchool (Provo High School)

Summit Academy High School e-school (Summit Academy High)

Utah Connections Academy (Utah Connections Academy)

Utah Online School (Utah Online School)

Utah Virtual Academy (Utah Virtual Academy)

Wasp Online (Juab High School)

Weber Online (Two Rivers High School)

Driver Education courses funded through this Program are offered to out-of-district, home and private schools students by:

Entrada High School (Entrada High School)

Weber School District (Weber Online)

NCAA and Regents' Scholarship Eligibility

NCAA Eligibility High School Portal - For high school athletes, the ultimate value of an online course is what the National Collegiate Athletic Association thinks of it, because students enrolling for the first time at an NCAA Division I or Division II college or university must have their academic credentials certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center in order to practice, compete, or receive athletically related financial aid.  The link above will allow you to determine whether a particular course offered by a particular provider is NCAA approved.  For more general information on the NCAA Review Process: NCAA Review of Online Courses

Regents' Scholarship Program Guide for 2015-16 Academic Year - If students have questions regarding the Regents' Scholarship, they should contact the Regents' Scholarship Program office directly (phone 801.321.7159 or by email regentsscholarship@ushe.edu).