Prepare for Enrollment

 
We're glad you have decided to enroll in Connections Academy! Before you get started, take a look below at the enrollment process.
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Enrollment Information

First semester enrollment is open

Enrollment Information

Enrollment is closed for the 2020–21 school year

Step 1
 

Understand Your Commitment

 
30h
Learning and growing
per week
 
30%
Exploring lessons on a computer
of school day
 
70%
Working independently offline
of school day
Step 2
 

Check Eligibility

You must meet specific state and program requirements to attend Willamette Connections Academy. Student eligibility requirements in Oregon are determined by the Scio School District, which is the authorizing body for Willamette Connections Academy. Before enrolling, review the following eligibility requirements carefully to determine whether your student(s) is eligible to participate in grades K–12.

Step 3
 

Prepare Documents

Please have the following documents available and ready to upload to Pearson Online Classroom (formerly known as Connexus®).

Proof of Residence

Child’s Proof of Immunization

Prior Academic Records

Other Documents for Special Circumstances

 

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Be a Part of Our Online Public School

 

Join the Connections Academy community and help your child go further in school and in their life ahead.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Give Us a Call

If you have any concerns or questions about how to enroll, our enrollment team is here to help.
Please call us at 1-888-478-9474.

Willamette Connections Academy admits students and conducts all educational programs, activities, and employment practices without discrimination on the basis of sex, race, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or any other legally protected classification.

Enrollment for the 2020–21 School Year

Due to the COVID–19 pandemic, there has been an enormous demand for a virtual learning alternative for families across Oregon. In order to provide a high–quality education to all of our students, the school deemed it essential to set an enrollment cap of 2,100 students.