The Peoria Unified School District eCampus Virtual School offers students the option of taking a course where access to materials and communication with the instructor and other students is primarily accomplished via the Internet. The content of these online courses has been developed by Peoria Unified teachers or purchased through an outside vendor. All courses are aligned to the Arizona College and Career Ready Standards & curriculum standards of the district.
eCampus Virtual School is a school of choice for K-12 students in the Peoria Unified school district. Peoria Unified is one of the largest unified school districts in Arizona and is labeled an “A” school district by the Arizona Department of Education’s AZ Learns Achievement Profiles. Peoria Unified prides itself on excelling schools, award-winning teachers, high state and national test scores, career and technical education programs, specialized Choice Programs and championship athletic programs.
of the Peoria Unified eCampus Virtual School is to use new and emerging technologies to provide students increased equity and access to the highest quality educational opportunities.
of eCampus is to serve students, parents and our community by providing a quality, online, non-traditional, flexible learning experience through an alternative setting to help students achieve a successful educational experience. By doing this, we help eCampus achieve Peoria Unified goals of every student, every day, prepared to shape tomorrow and drive our eCampus model of success through excellence in the areas of graduation, academics, and future applications.
eCampus is part of the Peoria Unified school district, which is proud to be the first district in the state to receive the prestigious AdvancED accreditation.
K-8 Learning Model
Students will be expected to connect with their teacher following the daily schedule for their designated class. The daily schedule will include the core content areas of Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science. They will meet with their teacher and class using the district’s video conferencing platform, Microsoft Teams.
9-12 Learning Model
The 9-12 learning model is asynchronous and students will participate in self-directed online learning. High school students will complete online course content with support from a teacher. As part of a course, the teacher may schedule live learning to provide instruction and support. Classes will use the district’s video conferencing platform for live learning and our newly adopted learning management software, Canvas, for access to all course content.