The QDA Testing Department has mailed letters to all students who are required to take an end of course assessment. Students located near the QDA New Philadelphia Office that been instructed to register online may do so here: testing.go2qda.org.
CHILD FIND FOR CHILDREN WHO MAY HAVE DISABILITIES AGES 3 THROUGH 21
Quaker Digital Academy serves the school age population from grade Kindergarten through grade 12. On the occasion that a parent calls requesting preschool services, a referral is made that they contact their home district.
Quaker digital Academy provides special education services to those students who have received assessment and then are identified as students with disability in meeting the criteria in one of the thirteen disability categories. Those students identified as students with disabilities are served by the education team and receive individual education programs on an annual basis in order to attain education goals and realize their individual success in the educational arena.
If you suspect that a student has a disability under the Individuals Education Improvement Act of 2004 or section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, please contact Mrs. Karp, Director of Special Services at 330-364-0618.
QDA is a non-profit, tuition free, public online school for Ohio students. Contact us today at 1-866-968-7032 or complete an information request to learn more about QDA - Ohio's Premier eSchool! QDA has been providing an Internet-based education option to Ohio students since 2003.