Lodi Unified Digital Academy
Students who are motivated to work independently and who have had success in the current Distance Learning Model will thrive in the Lodi Unified Digital Academy.
About the Digital Academy
The Lodi Unified Digital Academy is a 100 percent online learning program with Pearson Academy as the learning platform available for students who are motivated and can work independently.
The content of the Digital Academy is aligned to grade-level standards and meets the A-G standards for college-bound high school students.
Digital Academy is offered under the umbrella of the District's independent study program through the Valley Robotics School, grades 1-12.
If you have additional questions, please contact: Melina Puente, Vice Principal, at email@example.com
If you would like to enroll in the Lodi Digital Academy please see the directions below, for any questions please contact:
- Melina Puente, Vice Principal
- (209) 331- 7993
All students MUST have an enrollment application filled out by their school counselor.
Applications filled out by parents or students will no longer be accepted as of the 2022-23 school year.
All applications must include the student transcript, (grades 1-8) attendance and discipline.
COUNSELORS AND SCHOOL STAFF
Applications can be obtained by going on the Community Share Drive under Digital Academy APPLICATION. Once the application is completed, please save it to your computer and email along with the student's discipline, attendance, and most current transcripts to
Students who apply for Digital Academy are automatically placed on a waiting list.
Once a spot becomes available you will receive a call with a date and time for the next available orientation.
Both the student and the parent/guardian are required to attend the orientation.
Once a student has attended orientation and been accepted into the program, they will be required to submit a current (within 30 days) proof of address and obtain a withdrawal sheet signed by the principal to take to their school to check out.
Students keep their district-assigned Chromebooks but textbooks/ library books must be returned to the current school to attend Independence.
Do not withdraw your student from their current home school until you have been instructed to do so.
Students with attendance issues are encouraged to review the attendance policy for the school district and Independence School before applying.
A STUDENT WHO HAS ATTENDANCE AND GRADES BELOW 70% WILL CONSTITUTE A DROP FROM THE DIGITAL ACADEMY PROGRAM WHERE THE STUDENT MUST RETURN TO THEIR HOME SCHOOL OF RESIDENCE AND CANNOT RETURN TO DIGITAL ACADEMY SCHOOL FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.
If you have any other questions, please call (209) 331-7993.