Meeting Notice
July 29 Meeting 
The Blackhawk Board of School Directors will hold a Special Meeting on July 29, 2021, 7:00PM in the High School Library which will include voting action on the High School Kitchen repair project. Due to the timeline of scheduling this meeting, participants are welcome to attend in person or via Zoom. Should you want to attend via Zoom, please sign up HERE
August 4 Meeting
The Blackhawk Board of School Directors will hold a public meeting regarding the Blackhawk School District Health and Safety Plan for the 21-22 school year at Highland Middle School on August 4th, 2021 at 5:30PM in the LGI Room.  Due to the timeline of scheduling this meeting, participants are welcome to attend in person or via Zoom; however, the Focus Group style setting with small and large group discussion may lend itself to in person attendance. 
If you are attending in person, we kindly ask that you RSVP for the Health and Safety Meeting by clicking HERE so we can plan for seating and materials. The RSVP will close on Monday, August 2 at 4:00 p.m. However, all are welcome to attend, even without an RSVP. 
If you are attending via Zoom, please sign up HERE

Blackhawk Online Academy

Summer School for Credit Recovery

How do I Enroll for the Upcoming 2021-2022 School Year?

Enrollment is based on an agreement between Blackhawk School Administration and the student’s family, and it gives students an opportunity to complete school work using online courses at home or at school, while allowing these Online Academy students the opportunity to participate in extra-curricular activities sponsored by the district. Additionally, each Blackhawk Online Academy student who completes all program requirements will be awarded a Blackhawk High School diploma and will be eligible to participate in Blackhawk High School commencement exercises.  
Please complete the survey if you are interested in enrolling and/or learning more about this successful program!

What is Blackhawk Online Academy?

Blackhawk began offering online courses during the 2011-2012 school year for students in Grades 6-12 and then expanded to include students in Grades K-5 in 2016.  Blackhawk's Online Academy continues to improve and expand each school year to make online learning a great option for families in our district!   Online curriculum is aligned with brick and mortar curriculum to help students smoothly transition from brick and mortar to online and back to brick and mortar at the conclusion of a marking period if online learning is not the best option and/or the reason why a famly chooses virtual learning changes.
Our elementary cyber service is built on the Compass Odyssey platform. The program’s lessons are interactive and geared toward the elementary learner. Each lesson in Compass has been hand selected to align with Blackhawk’s curriculum and students are provided offline materials to complete that help reinforce the lessons. 
Our cyber students in Grades 5-12 use the Edgenuity platform where courses are also customized to align with Blackhawk’s curriculum to make online learning engaging, rigorous, and relevant.   

In addition, Blackhawk Online Academy provides asynchronous instruction where students can participate in the learning at the time of day that best meets their needs.  Blackhawk Online Academy students may access videos and materials at their own pace and Blackhawk teachers monitor and grade the Edgenuity and Compass activities.
The 2020-2021 school year will be our 10th year in which
we have been educating
our Blackhawk students online at home and in school!  

Full-Time, Hybrid, and Singleton Online Options

Student Online Options:

Blackhawk Online Academy students are classified as full-time, hybrid, or singleton students. Some enroll in only one online course while taking the remainder of his/her courses in the building, some have a mixture of both, and yet others take ALL courses via online offerings.
Students in Grades 6-12 also have the option of completing work in the Cyber Lab located at Blackhawk High School where additional assistance is available.  Elementary students are encouraged (but are not required) to use the library, attend field trips, and participate in any or all of the specials classes such as art, music, and physical education.

Why Blackhawk Online Academy?

  • Educating students from Kindergarten through 12th Grade
  • Courses are aligned with Blackhawk's building curriculum
  • Graduates receive a Blackhawk High School Diploma 
  • Certified and Highly Qualified Blackhawk Teachers monitoring and grading coursework
  • Core Courses as well as Elective Course Options
  • Complete Flexibility in Program Design
  • Courses are available 24 hours/day and 7 days/week
  • Students may work on their courses at the time which best meets their needs
  • Individualized Instruction (1 to 10 Teacher to Student Ratio)
  • Weekly Progress Monitoring
  • Tutoring Assistance
  • Equipment Provided
  • Participation in School Activities/Field Trips/Band/Chorus/Sports/School Dances and Other Events

Online Academy News


Contact Information

Cyber Coordinator
Mrs. Janice Robinson

Cyber Lab:
724-846-9600 x 2116
Cell:  724-888-1729
(Please use cell # or email) 
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