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1215 Fourth Avenue, Ste 1500 (Administration)
Seattle, WA 98110

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(855) 550-2547
(206) 381-5601
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July 20, 2015
The reason i gave Apex learning a one star is because of two issues. The first issue is that, you aren't able to go back and look at the answers that you've gotten wrong. How are you supposed to improve if you don't know what topics you constantly miss questions on. The second problem is the question that are asked when you take the test, quizes, and general work. Before you take any of those, you go through the lesson that is supposed to teach you of all information that will gernerally be convered in the exams. This is way wrong. When you take it test, you put the rigth answer because it is it your notes. The computer will count it wrong. I know this because i've asked my teacher what the right answer is. There are other questions that ask you how to solve the problem, but you cant since you weren't given a forumla or were even taught how to solve it. The questions are often questions that were taught in the lesson, nor are in a book. Lastly, the questions and answers are often misspelled. Overall don't take Apex Learning for their online classes. I took their AP macroeconomics class (which only one person took prior to me).

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March 23, 2015
I was fortunate to have been able to take two Apex Learning courses. Both of my teachers were really helpful to me and helped me to better understand science and history than my teachers in my regular school. This was a way that I could learn how to study and be able to reach out to my teachers when I needed their help. It is my hope that I can get my parents to let me take more classes from Apex. I think some of the other bad reviews must have not given their classes a chance.

- submitted by a student

February 21, 2015
I feel like my school could've offered better then APEX. It's badly organized, has all kinds of typos, has badly worded questions. It looks like it was made by 10 year olds.

- submitted by a student

November 14, 2014
I wish there was an option lower than 1 star. Do. Not, whatever you do, go with Apex. I started out with Apex 4 years ago. My first year was fairly good and I had fine, though not fabulous teachers. I took Science Foundations and Algebra I. After that, the classes began to go downhill. My grades did not suffer (all As), but I could actually feel the quality of the class begin to drop. Common Core was adopted, the teachers seemed to stop paying attention (I would go weeks without getting assignments returned) and there were all kinds of glitches, both with the software and with the corporation. The most glaring of these was the recent mass-student email that was sent out, displaying every single student's email addresses. The next morning, there was a panicked email from Apex assuring everybody that they were safe and that nothing was going to happen. Imagine everybody's surprise when a week later, two spam emails came into our inboxes from a student. Apex Learning is awful. There are far better options out there that will serve you and your student better. Apex has turned in to a big, money-making corporation. It has nothing to do with education.

- submitted by a student

December 14, 2013
Apex Learning is great. I have taken many classes from them- Science Foundations, AP Language and Composition, Biology, Algebra I, and Geometry. The teachers have all been understanding, willing to answer questions both those pertaining to academics and also to using an online course. I was a little nervous starting out. I have had 7 different Apex teachers in different semesters including substitutes and I have not had one problem. The lessons are well written, the quizzes are challenging, but almost always written so that they are understandable. The two times that I disagreed with the answer to the question, I contacted my teacher of that class and they quickly helped me to understand it (once), or contacted a support person to change the question (the other time). The website is very user-friendly as well. I love Apex and plan to use it all the way through high school.

- submitted by a student
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Apex Learning High School
1215 Fourth Avenue, Ste 1500 (Administration), Seattle, WA  98110
(855) 550-2547
Last modified Apex Learning High School is a Private school that serves grades 9-12
Apex Learning High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 5 reviews. Top