Edmentum Courseware, Apex Courses, and EdOptions Academy are approved by the Oklahoma Department of Education as part of the Oklahoma Supplemental Online Course Program (OSOCP), which guarantees Oklahoma students the right to supplemental online education. Select courses are now approved.
About the Oklahoma Supplemental Online Course Program
In 2011, the Oklahoma legislature amended State Statute 70-1-111, guaranteeing Oklahoma students the right to supplemental online education. To comply with the law, the State Department of Education created the Oklahoma Supplemental Online Course Program (OSOCP). Horizon: Digitally Enhanced Campus was created to help schools implement the OSOCP mandate.
Since 2015, we have worked relentlessly to create the region’s premier blended learning model — and our work isn’t done. With an ever-expanding catalog of state-certified courses, we are broadening educational opportunities for students across Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Statue 70-1-111
This state law governs the rights of students to obtain supplemental online coursework in Oklahoma. According to the law and administrative rules adopted by the State Board of Education:
Students cannot be denied the opportunity to enroll in educationally appropriate courses. Ongoing enrollment throughout the school year must be provided.
Students may take up to 5 credits in an academic year.
Students are not required to pay tuition for supplemental online courses. Schools pay for the courses from the General Fund.
Districts must notify the State Department of Education of any denial of a student’s enrollment in an online supplemental course.
Students enrolled in supplemental courses may participate in extracurricular activities.