"A School No Walls Can Hold!"
Northern Arizona Distance Learning (NADL) is a comprehensive online program that serves grades 5-12 with high quality 18-week semester courses taught by certified teachers. The distance learning program provides multimedia-rich curriculum aligning to state and national standards. Students work at their own pace and time schedules.
All credits earned through Northern Arizona Distance Learning (both elective and core) will transfer to any FUSD school. Additionally, all Arizona colleges, universities, and military programs recognize credits earned through Northern Arizona Distance Learning as traditional High School credits. Students may also be eligible to participate in concurrent enrollment with Coconino Community College, CAVIAT, and other opportunities to earn college credits while pursuing a high school diploma. NADL students can participate in middle and high school extracurricular activities including dances and sports.
All 5th through 12th grade students under the age of 22 are eligible. NADL is free to all students wishing to enroll in the school full-time. We also offer courses for credit recovery.
Personalized academic advisement is also offered through NADL. The staff members are experienced with a variety of family and student challenges. We provide guidance and recommendations for diverse family backgrounds to pursue high school completion and college or post-graduate preparation.
For questions or concerns please call Stephanie Washington at (928) 773-8171 or email NADL@fusd1.org.
We believe in uniting students, school, and families to provide comprehensive educational opportunities for all students in a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment. This includes:
- Flexible learning opportunities
- Possibilities thinking
- Post-high school preparation
- Community mindedness
- Respect for diversity
- Positive relationships
Frequently Asked Questions
Northern Arizona Distance Learning provides high quality educational services to all children in a virtual environment. Children have access to curriculum and community programs that provide the skills and knowledge necessary for high school graduation and to be successful at any college, technical, or professional program in preparation for a personally meaningful career.