Enroll Today in eCampus Academy Charter School’s Career or Accelerated Degree Pathways Program
Career Pathways Program (Grades 10-12)
Pursue a Technical Diploma or Associate Degree while enrolled in high school in one of several high-demand career areas – and our list is growing! These online courses in cooperation with Wisconsin technical colleges will also count as high school credit.
Accelerated Degree Program (Grades 9-12)
Students planning to attend a four-year institution may complete up to 30 transferable college credits putting them on a path to potentially graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in three years from a University of Wisconsin-System school.
The eCampus Academy Pathways Program saves students time and money while accessing high quality, future-ready learning experiences and professional programs.
The first step in preparing for a pathway is to set up a meeting with eCampus staff using the pre-enrollment information form linked below. We will discuss a program plan based on a student’s current circumstances (grade level, coursework completed, etc.). Students are eligible to participate in co-curricular activities and apply for scholarships as WUSD students enrolled in eCampus Academy.
eCampus Pre-enrollment Information Form
10 Online Career Pathways Programs:
- Business Management
- Foundations of Teacher Education
- Health Information Technology
- IT Cyber Security Specialist
- IT Web Programmer
- IT Web Software Developer
- IT Network Specialist
- Small Business Entrepreneurship
ACCELERATED DEGREE PATHWAY (Course Map)
The Universal Transfer Agreement offers a set of courses that are transferable to University of Wisconsin system institutions and Wisconsin Technical college system schools. Students planning to attend four-year institutions can potentially earn a maximum of 30 transferable credits.
eCampus Academy Charter School is a public virtual charter school within the Watertown Unified School District. There is no tuition fee, but eCampus Academy students are responsible for the same registration fees as all WUSD students.