Berks Online Learning  

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Enrollment Process

Maybe your student wants to take a class but has no room on their schedule during the regular semester?

Does your student want to take the prerequisite for a class over the summer?

Are they looking to advance and move to the next level of a course? 

You’ll find choices and solutions with the 
Berks Online Learning summer program.

Students may choose from a list of online classes. Our multimedia-based curriculum engages students in the learning process with video presentations by highly qualified subject-certified teachers, and online projects to ensure students master the instructional content. At the successful completion of the class, students will receive a full credit.

Credits are accepted by those districts working with Berks Online Learning and are NCAA approved.


Students may access course materials anytime (24/7) and anywhere they are connected to the Internet.  They may even continue to make progress on their coursework during a family vacation or an out-of-town visit with friends or relatives. A teacher is always there to help each student stay on track.

available courses

Select from the following courses:
 Edgenuity course guide




Courses run June 15, 2015 – August 7, 2015.
Final grades will be sent to students and districts the week of August 21, 2015.
No extensions will be granted for any reason.
All courses are non-refundable.




Orientation will be held at the Berks County Intermediate Unit on Friday, June 12, 2015 at 10 am. During orientation, students will learn how to access and navigate the Learning Management System. Parents and students will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive their login information.


Berks County Intermediate Unit, 1111 Commons Boulevard, Reading, PA 19605
Directions: English | Spanish

For further information, contact Marcelle McGhee: or 610-898-8950


Students and parents can rely on the Berks County Intermediate Unit (BCIU) for ongoing support. BCIU provides:

  • Face-to-face student orientation
  • Technical assistance
  • Troubleshooting help
  • Monitoring of student progress

For more information, contact Marcelle McGhee:
phone: 610-898-8950 ~ email: