JEDI Virtual School Enrollment Process

How Do I Enroll?

Students residing in consortium districts may enroll through their school at any time. Students from non-member districts must apply for open enrollment to the Marshall School District to enroll in JEDI Virtual School. Prospective students, both resident and non-resident, should work with their school guidance counselor and/or parents to determine if JEDI Virtual learning is the right educational venue.

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How Do I Enroll?

Once a family is notified that enrollment is confirmed, a meeting will be scheduled with the student, parent, consortium school counselor and a JEDI advisor. An Enrollment Form will be completed, and this team will design the student’s Personal Education Plan. Course requests will be submitted for the courses selected.   The JEDI orientation presentation will be shared with the family.

What Will It Be Like?

Following the orientation, students taking virtual classes will go to the website provided by the course provider. The course provider issues a user name and a password to be used when accessing the coursework. Students may set the study schedule that best meets their needs, while allowing them to complete their courses in a timely manner. Some students use an accelerated pace and complete their credits quickly, while others use a regular (18 week) pace to complete their courses. Student coursework results can readily be accessed by a parent, JEDI representative and the learning coach. This provides an opportunity to help monitor student progress and give encouragement for a job well done.

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Who Is Eligible to Enroll?

Resident: 
Any JEDI Consortium District student grades PK-12 may enroll in the JEDI Virtual School. To determine if you are eligible to enroll as a resident see the list of Participating Districts. If you are not a resident of one of our participating districts, you may still enroll through the open enrollment process to the Marshall School District. Our staff would be happy to assist you with those options as well. Full-time students will be withdrawn from their traditional school and enrolled as a student of the JEDI Virtual School. JEDI Consortium District students who attend private schools or are home-schooled must enroll in their district and then enroll in JEDI Virtual School. 

Non-Resident:
The Wisconsin School Choice Law enables the student to attend in a school district other than the one in which they live. If you do not reside in one of the sixteen districts, but are interested in enrolling your child in the JEDI Virtual School you may apply to open enroll to the chartering district during the regular open enrollment period for the following school year. Regular and open enrollment procedures can be found at http://dpi.wi.gov/open-enrollment.  Please contact the JEDI office with any questions you may have regarding open enrollment.