Wenatchee Internet Academy

The Wenatchee Internet Academy is a Web-based educational environment that offers high quality online courses to students registered in the Wenatchee School District. Courses are designed and taught by Wenatchee High School instructors.

Our Mission

  • Provide quality distance education
  • Offer advancement and acceleration
  • Expand access to subject areas
  • Provide flexible access
  • Prepare students for additional learning

Courses

  1. United States History
  2. World Studies
  3. Health
  4. Lifetime Fitness - Regular with Gym Membership; OR
    Lifetime Fitness - Cardiovascular Sport (Cross Country, Football, Volleyball, Wrestling, Basketball,Track, Baseball, Softball, LaCrosse, Soccer)
  5. Contemporary World Problems (CWP)
  6. Agricultural Biology (Requires some lab time on campus)

(Courses with less than seven registrations are subject to cancellation)

Features

WIA offers a content-rich small variety of highly demanded courses in an easy-to-use format.  We utilize Moodle™ for our learning management system.

  • Ease of use - Students can access the courses with basic computer skills and any active internet connection.
  • High Instructional Quality - Experienced high school teachers and subject matter experts have developed each course to align with district, state, and national standards.
  • Flexibility - Students can access their classes at any time, 24/7. Courses use a variety of strategies to deliver the content.
  • Accountability - The WIA system includes a variety of tools to track and report student participation.
  • Teamwork - Students and their teachers can participate in real-time chats as well as exchange ideas in a forum setting. Student groups work together on projects to reinforce course material and develop collaborative skills.
  • Forums - In forums, students can share their ideas, questions, and answers in an asynchronous setting that allows careful reflection before posting.
  • Online Assessments - Student work is assessed in several ways, including multiple choice tests, true/false, matching, short answer, and essays.
  • Necessary Skills - Students need basic skills in computer use. They must know how to work within either a Windows or Macintosh environment, how to navigate the web using their favorite browser, and how to use standard e-mail and word-processing programs.
  • Necessary Software - Students need a web browser and an internet connection. For course assignments, access to a word processor and other applications may be required.

Contact Information:

Ron Brown, Director, Instructional Technology