TEC Online Learning

TEC's options for students interested in taking single courses online...

Are you interested in taking a single course online to supplement the courses you are taking at your high school? TEC offers a comprehensive array of courses for students in grades 6-12 who attend schools that are part of the TEC Collaborative. These districts are: Canton, Dedham, Dover, Sherborn, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Medfield, Millis, Natick, Needham, Norwood, Walpole, Wayland, and Westwood. 

Check with your guidance counselor about how to enroll in these courses or contact Dr. Moira Rodgers at 781-352-5716.

1)  TEC Online Academy (TOA) courses*

Established in 2009, the TEC Online Academy provides students in grades 6-12 with a selection of unique and innovative college preparatory, honors and AP courses, each developed and taught by exemplary teachers from the TEC member districts.  These online courses mirror the rigorous high standards and expectations of in-district daily classroom instruction.

*Click here to discover how TEC Online Academy began.

2)  TEC Connections Learning (TEC CL) Courses

These courses are offered through our partners at Connections Learning (a Pearson company). Part-time courses for students grades k-12 can be accessed if approved via a student's public school guidance department.

Here is the academic calendar for online learning:  2016-2017

Massachusetts Online Learning Partnership: 

In July 2016,TEC and Connections Learning® launched TEC Connections Learning online courses. Beginning in September 2016, learners from across Massachusetts will have access to more than 600 proven, online courses, aligned to state standards, providing flexibility, and affordability to districts trying to personalize learning for students. For more information, click here.

Full-Time Online Learning: 

If you are interested in exploring full-time online learning in a virtual environment, contact TECCA Commonwealth Virtual School


Did You Know?

For the 2015-2016 school year, there were over 850 course enrollments from students (grades 6-12) in the TEC member districts. 

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