Students taking an online math class should expect to have work assigned on a daily basis (Monday through Friday). All work must be completed by midnight on the date it is listed on the pacing guide. Access to all online courses is available 24/7 and students may work ahead in their assignments. Late work is not accepted unless the student has a documented emergency or an excused absence. On average students should expect to spend 60-90 minutes per day during a semester, 120-150 minutes per day while taking a block course during a semester, and 240 minutes per day during a summer semester.
Your teacher is your first point of contact when you need additional assistance. Instructors will hold at least one virtual help session prior to every unit test. This will be posted in your course in the news widget. Weekly face-to-face help sessions on campus are also available for full-time students. Please check your course or ask your teacher for dates and times.
Face to Face Requirements
Each student is expected to attend a face-to-face orientation meeting on the first day of class at Gwinnett Online Campus. The specific time and location will be posted in your course home page and in your welcome email. All students must attend a face-to-face final exam, EOC, EOG, or interim test at our Gwinnett Online Campus. The date for your specific course will be posted on the school’s website.
Materials Pickup Information
A graphing calculator is required for all high school students enrolled in a math course. GOC does not provide calculators to individual students, but we do rent graphing calculators on a first come, first served basis. Check with your math teacher for rental details. AP Calculus requires a textbook that students should pick up from our campus on the day posted for Materials Pickup.