Enrollment/Registration 2020/21


*** Updates Coming 2021/22 School Year ***
If you are interested in registering in AOI CGUHSD Online, please contact your high school's Counseling Department:

Casa Grande Union High School
Vista Grande High School

AOI (Arizona Online Instruction) Approved 2020/21

  • *** Updates Coming 2021/22 School Year *** 
  • Grades 9-12
  • Enrolled in home high school as an AOI student (CGUHS or VGHS)
  • Five (5) days per week remote learning instruction
  • Classroom attendance received only by student working in Edgenuity for a minimum of 4 ½ hours per school day.
  • Depending on health safety conditions, students may be required to complete their course final in person.
  • Edgenuity courses
    o Core subjects and electives (course offerings provided by school counselors)
    o Due to the complexity of the AP curriculum, two-semester AP courses will only be offered for full year enrollment.
  • CGUHSD teachers using online Edgenuity Curriculum
  • Students are enrolled in three courses per quarter and are expected to complete six courses per semester, based on student academic graduation requirements.
  • Accommodations and support services provided
  • Social-emotional support
  • Eligible to participate in athletics/activities/events on their home campus, following in-person eligibility guidelines and safety measures as determined by the CDC and Pinal County Health Department.
  • District laptop provided
  • Reliable Internet access is mandatory; not provided by CGUHSD
  • Breakfast/lunch available following Federal nutrition guidelines
  • Opportunity to transition to Modified In-Person Model only at semester break
  • Teachers will contact students regarding the first day of school and online protocols prior to the start of school.   


Andrea Teran
Teran, Andrea
Assistant Principal
Office: 520-316-3360 x 5101
CGUHSD Online Academy
 Coming Soon! CGUHSD Online Academy (2021/22)
CGUHSD Online Academy (2021/22) What Can Families Expect?

Frequently Asked Questions 2020/21

What can families expect while learning in AOI CGUHSD Online?

Students will participate in the high-level learning they are used to, but in a structured online environment using Edgenuity. The Edgenuity curriculum is grounded in research and is aligned to Arizona State Standards, the Common Core, and the NGSS. Students will be enrolled in three courses per quarter and are expected to complete six courses per semester with classes assigned based on each student’s academic graduation requirements. Families who choose this model will remain remote for the duration of the school semester.
Please note, elements of our plan may be subject to change based on new information and guidance from the Federal/State government and health agency partners. We will continue to share relevant updates with our community.
The goal of CGUHSD is for all of our students to be successful. Part of that success will depend on the model of learning your family chooses this semester. Please consider the characteristics of a successful online learner before selecting the online model of learning.

Who is a successful online learner?

  • Is self-motivated and self-disciplined
  • Is good at managing time
  • Has regular, convenient, and easy access to a computer and reliable internet
  • Is comfortable with online professional communication (email, word documents, blackboard)
  • Has good reading comprehension skills
  • Is good at setting and usually achieving goals
  • Is confident in school
  • Does not give up easily when faced with a difficult task
  • Is confident in expressing themselves in writing
  • Is willing to work independently

Are all online courses available on both campuses?

Depending upon enrollment minimums and instructor availability, all courses may not be available at one or both campuses.    

What are the vital components of successful online learning?

Daily attendance and completion of assignments in each course are vital components of successful online learning.

Is daily online attendance required?

Students are required to log on to Edgenuity and commit to a daily minimum of 4 1/2 hours, actively engaged in completing the assignments in their courses.

How is online attendance tracked?

Edgenuity tracks a student's idle time (logged on, but not working on assignments) and actual time (working on assignments) every day. The daily 4 ½ hour requirement is tracked using the actual time when a student is logged on and engaged in completing assignments.

What must an online student do to receive course credit?

Students must complete all assignments and pass with minimum competency and take an (in-person) or virtual, teacher- proctored final exam to receive course credit.

What are some of the responsibilities of online teachers?

Self-guided and live learning will occur with a focus on competency of standards and units of instruction.
  • Teachers will provide ongoing feedback and district grading practices will be used.
  • Teachers will provide office hours, and live individual and/or small group sessions will be available.

What are some of the responsibilities of online students?

Self-guided and live learning will occur with a focus on competency of standards and units of instruction.
  • Students must regularly check for feedback from their instructors using their school email.

What are some of the responsibilities of parents of online students?

Parents are encouraged to actively participate in student learning to assist school with ensuring student participation and completion of courses.

Can online students participate in extracurricular school activities?

Online students may participate in extracurricular activities such as clubs and high school athletics, following health and safety guidelines when available as well as student eligibility.

Is there state testing for online students?

Information on state testing will be shared with students and families after the start of the school year.

What supports are available to online students with special needs?

Supports are provided for a Special Education online student according to the student's IEP.

Our Non-Discrimination Commitment

Casa Grande Union High School District #82 prohibits discrimination in employment and educational programs based on race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, military status, genetic test information, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding these laws may be forwarded to the designated compliance coordinator(s), Mary Ann Amerson, Human Resources Director at 520 316-3360 ext. 1104 or [email protected]

El Distrito Casa Grande Union High #82 prohibe la discriminación de empleo y programas educacionales basados en raza, color, religion, sexo, edad, descapacidad, origen nacional, estado militar, información de prueba genetica, orientación sexual o identidad de género, o expresion y provee acceso a los Boy Scouts y otros grupos juveniles designados.

Preguntas, quejas, o solicitudes para información adicional de acuerdo a estas leyes deben ser dirigidas a la coordinadora designada, Mary Ann Amerson, Directora de Recursos Humanos al 520 316-3360 ext. 1104, o [email protected]

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