• Medford Online Academy

  • Our School:

    • Offers a free, comprehensive online education for Medford School District students.

    • Partners with families to support at-home learning coaches, allowing them to be full participants in their student's learning.

    • Provides flexibility in the online classroom experience.

    • Provides live, teacher-led instructional sessions using Zoom.

    • Posts recordings of class sessions so students can watch during a time that best suits their needs.

    • Uses Canvas (Learning Management System) to provide students and families ease of access to classes and important school information.

    • Values student and family connections and uses a broad range of communication methods to keep students and families informed and engaged.

    • Provides support and work that is tailored to meet the needs of our diverse learners and their goals.

    • Partners with our Medford School District community and Rogue Community College to expand available course options.

    • Has teachers who are consistently working to determine best practices to support online education.

  • Mascot: Chip the Yeti

    School Colors: Teal and Gray

    Grades: 3-12

    LocationOur office is at 1321 Center Drive, sharing a building with Innovation Academy

    HistoryMedford Online Academy (MOA) was established in 2020. MOA is a public, online educational opportunity offered by the Medford School District. MOA provides virtual instruction for students in third through twelfth grade living in the Medford School District boundaries. This program is designed for families who are committed to a fully virtual learning experience and wish to be active participants in their student's education. 

    "We are able to attend school in multiple settings because of the online format. As a long-time educator, I cannot imagine the challenges of planning for interactive learning from a distance. I am grateful for the time and attention your teachers put into online instruction and relationship building." - MOA Student Guardian and Learning Coach