- Students can gain access to course material through online login page
- System check-up is recommended to ensure the browser used can display Apex content
- Technical assistance is available to users experiencing difficulties
When it comes to learning one can never have too many resources. That’s why many students have turned Apex Learning to help prepare for college and the workforce. Students that have signed up for one of the virtual courses can gain access to their curriculum through the Apex VS online sign in page. Prior to logging in, students may want to run the system check-up tool (provided on the Apex VS page) to ensure their browser has PDF reader and isn’t blocking any Apex pop-up windows. Students that have gone ahead and lost or forgotten their password can start the recovery process by entering a username after clicking the appropriate link on the Apex VS page.
Getting to Know Apex Learning
- Apex learning was founded in 1997 and has become the leading provider of virtual learning solutions to the country’s schools
- In the 2014-2015 school year Apex Learning served students with over 2 million enrollments in its digital curriculum
- Apex Learning’s digital curriculum is used for original credit, credit recovery, remediation, intervention, acceleration, and exam preparation
- Students have the freedom to move at a pace that suits them and can take as much or as little time as needed to master a course
- Apex Learning courses are approved for National Collegiate Athletic Association eligibility
Students that are having technical difficulties with the Apex VS page can rest easy knowing that support is just a phone call or email away at 800-453-1454 or email@example.com. Those that have more in-depth questions about Apex Learning Inc. can contact the company’s headquarters located in Seattle, Washington.
Apex Learning Headquarters Contact Information
- 1215 Fourth Ave, Suite 1500, Seattle, WA 98161
- Phone – 206-381-5600 Fax – 206-381-5601 Human Resources Fax – 206-701-6859