ALL courses offered to students of the JEDI Virtual School and individually to students attending brick and mortar schools are taught by Wisconsin licensed teachers.
Our curriculum meets the rigor of the Wisconsin State Standards.
Each JEDI Virtual School student receives personalized attention.
A learning coach is assigned and a personal education plan is developed to meet each full-time student’s needs.
Educate your Children with Course Choices and Educational Opportunities
JEDI provides a comprehensive, personalized, quality K-12 curriculum. Students receive feedback from certified instructors, a learning coach and student advisor as well as district counseling staff. With 24/7 online access to courses, students enjoy the benefits of a flexible schedule. Families maintain their choice of learning environment and scheduling while increasing the choices their children have for quality educational experiences.
Families enrolled in JEDI member school districts (or open enrolled to the JEDI Virtual School), experience the advantage of public school opportunities free of tuition and course costs. This means that students access district extra curricular activity options such as fine art groups and sports. For students seeking to attend post-graduate education, credits are transcribed with their school district. Students earning necessary credits receive a district diploma, making the college entrance procedure more manageable.
JEDI Virtual School
The first distance education consortium in the area, JEDI, operates the not-
The JEDI Virtual School offers comprehensive high school, middle school, and elementary school online curriculum.
JEDI provides high quality virtual learning opportunities at no additional cost to students enrolled in our member districts.
Open enrolled JEDI students may earn a diploma from our chartering district while resident students of our consortium districts earn a diploma from their high school by meeting the appropriate graduation requirements.
Students from outside our member districts may still attend JEDI Virtual School, but they must Open Enroll through the Wisconsin Department of Instruction.