• One Class or Full-Time

  • Personalized Learning

  • Dual Enrollment

  • Passion Learning

  • Summer School

  • Online Learning

    Are you interested in a single class to complete prerequisite courses or meet requirements for graduation, credit recovery, or you’re interested in receiving a Greenways Academy diploma? We’re here for you. We also offer a wide range of college prep, honors, AP, and world language courses. We offer NCAA approved courses in our Learning Center environment and University of California, A-G approved classes.

  • Personalized Learning

    Accredited Online School

    Greenways Academy is a Cognia and WASC accredited online school. We offer curricula from multiple providers including eDynamic Learning, Edmentum, Apex, Rosetta Stone, and Florida Virtual. This allows us to stay current with the latest curriculum developments and offer flexibility for different learning styles. We also offer AP and Honors classes for students who want the added rigor.

    Our student-teacher ratio is one-to-one. This enables us to customize the curriculum where needed to meet each student’s individual learning needs, including those 504 or IEP’s, or if their schedule doesn’t fit within the limitations of a traditional brick-and-mortar school.

  • Dual Enrollment

    Greenways Academy has partnered with Arizona State University to offer Dual Enrollment classes to our high school students.

  • Passion Learning

    Juniors and seniors (11th & 12th Grades) can choose to develop a project and portfolio in a variety of areas. Certificates of completion at each level are presented to students annually. A “Certificate of Specialization” for any and all completed paths will be awarded.

    (Note: The completion of a specialization will meet the Oregon Diploma Requirements for the Extended Application and the Career Related Learning Skills.) Learn more about this by viewing our Specialization Handbook.

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    Contact us to get more information about summer school courses.


  • Our Houses

    Our Houses are weekly advisory meetings that teach soft-skills. At Greenways Academy we believe that life is education and education should make life better, easier, and more fun! That is why we include a series of life-skills in our House content. The Houses provide the “out-of-class” learning areas for our students. We work as a team of learners to learn new skills, try new things, and embark on great adventures. We are more resilient, more willing to try, and more successful when we work together!​

    ​Together we learn. Together we explore. Together ideas become reality.

  • Money Matters

    We have age-appropriate activities to teach kids about money, monetary values, and how to budget and plan for the future. Topics include understanding how much they spend, opening a savings account, or budgeting for the future. We help by providing the concepts and challenging students to learn to manage their money before they get out in the “real world”.

  • Self-Care Skills

    Identifying our own needs and addressing stress in our lives can be difficult. We help students identify, name, and address their areas of stress or anxiety and give them simple strategies to address most issues. If there are areas of greater need, we have wellness services available to students and families.

  • Soft-Skills for Life and Employment

    Employers can teach an employee job-specific skills, but they cannot teach integrity. Businesses are looking for “executive functioning” in job candidates and would rather hire someone they can trust to come to work every day and do their best. That is why we explicitly discuss attendance, work ethic, attention to detail, and other “soft skills” that will give students an advantage in the workforce or career of their choice.

  • Social-Emotional Learning

    Knowing yourself, understanding others, and having communication skills are vital to developing healthy relationships and building self-image and self-esteem. In this area, we teach students how to identify core issues and resolve problems as they develop strong interpersonal abilities that will serve them well in every area of their lives.

  • Home Skills

    We have identified age-appropriate activities in the home that every child, pre-teen, and youth should know and be able to do in order to be self-sufficient in the future. From sewing a button, organizing their personal files, meal planning, to changing a tire. Students will be given demos and offered the opportunity to earn “badges” as they demonstrate the activities (under adult supervision when needed) and work their way through different categories.