Acellus in the News

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Associated Press

Public Schools Face $50 Billion In Losses To Homeschooling

More than 5 million families will homeschool their children this year, up from 3.2 million just one year ago, according to a recent US Census Bureau report. Many districts have adopted a new program offered by Acellus that enables homeschool families to engage with teacher supported courses that are funded by their local schools…  Read More

Antelope Valley Press

Wilsona District plans to use online program for Independent Study

Wilsona will implement the Acellus program during Independent Study for asynchronous learning when students need to work independently. The District does not have enough students to assign one teacher per grade level, so teachers in the Independent Study program will likely be teaching several grade levels, such as transitional kindergarten and kindergarten…  Read More

Merced Sun-Star

Report: Merced County high school graduation rates at highest point in recent history

Miley wants every student — especially students who are low on credits — to graduate. The school uses Acellus Academy, an online program that offers a graduation pathway program and works with high school students on all academic subjects. Students can also take advantage of the program by taking Advanced Placement courses…  Read More


‘Amid all the struggle’: Interest in home schooling grows during pandemic

A week before Columbia Public Schools began all-virtual learning Sept. 8, Sarah Reeves decided to home-school her three children.  Jon Gabrielson had made the same decision a week earlier. He began to home-school his three children through Acellus Academy, an accredited online school for grades K-12…..  Read More

Cision PR Newswire

Acellus Opposition Movement Could Cost Hawaii Schools $272 Million

Company recommends immediate reconsideration to save critical teacher positions

The International Academy of Science estimates that if Hawaii schools drop the use of Acellus curriculum, the resulting exodus of students would cost schools $272 million a year in lost state funding. The company estimates this could result in the loss of 4,546 teaching positions in 185 of the state’s public schools…  Read More

The Repository

Fairless scores state grant to enhance digital learning

Mike Hearn, director of curriculum, instruction and special programs for the district, said Fairless has utilized the International Academy of Science’s Acellus learning platform for several years. It’s part of its digital learning as well as an enrichment tool…  Read More

Three Forks Voice

District Hears Positive Feedback About Distance Learning Program

The feedback on the new Acellus distance learning program in the Three Forks School District has been positive…   Read More

East Oregon News

Greif: Acellus gives students more options to learn

Elgin School District Superintendent and Elgin High School Principal Dianne Greif said the school district began using it 10 years ago, but they weren’t using it in the same capacity as they currently are…   Read More

eSchool News

5 Reasons to Integrate STEM Into Online Learning

Students need STEM — and a strong STEM learning background will carry them from high school to a high-tech workforce…Read the full article by Dr. Roger Billings.

Alabama News Network

Schools in Dallas County Get New STEM Labs

Dallas County Schools has a new high-tech tool at its disposal — to engage students in the areas of math — science — and technology.   School officials say new Acellus STEM labs have been installed at schools across the district…
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Nordonia Hills News Leader

Nordonia Hills Schools Expanding Online Education

Nordonia Hills School District is in its second full year of piloting Acellus STEM in Rushwood Elementary and now anticipates bringing it to the other two K-4 schools, Ledgeview and Northfield elementary schools in Macedonia and Northfield Center respectively…Full Article

The West Side Index

Students bring robots to life in Romero classrooms

Robotics are coming to life in third-grade classrooms at Romero School in Santa Nella, where students are being introduced to the basics of coding…Full Article

The Paintsville Herald

Paintsville High School to Overhaul Curriculum

Paintsville Independent School District is adding Acellus to the High School curriculum to give students more opportunities to be Career & College ready…Full Article


Jonesboro’s S.T.E.M Labs are game changers

WBRC FOX6 News features students working on the Acellus STEM 10 Coding Labs at Jonesboro Elementary school in Bessemer City, Alabama, where students are “coding their way out of poverty…” Full Video

Kansas City Star

Acellus In-Depth Report

This online education program, developed in KC, gets credit for preventing dropouts.  Educators say it’s a “game changer.” It’s in more than 2,600 schools across the country, used by about a million students and adding more all the time… Full Article