Vendor Pricing Information


    For more information about obtaining Edgenuity blended licenses, contact your local district Instructional Technology designee (see below for contact information.) To place an order for Edgenuity virtual or Apex blended or virtual courses, please see LAUSD's procurement process below:
    Purchasing licenses:
    Principals and other responsible staff should contact the representatives of the selected vendor to obtain information on content, scheduling, instructors and pricing. For answers to questions on prices or services please contact the Procurement Services Division at (213) 241-3087 and ask to speak with a Contract Analyst. Shopping carts should reference the Vendor # and the Contract # that are listed below. The SAP Product Category for Instructional Licenses is 78575, Professional Development is 96102. Any questions about this process should be directed to the Shopping Cart Support Center at (562) 654-9009.
    Step by Step Instructions:
    1. Contact the vendor that offers services of interest to you. Obtain quote, scope of services and delivery schedule. If services will extend over weeks or months include an invoice schedule also.
    2. Create a shopping cart:
      • Vendor # (enter in “Preferred Vendor” field)
      • Contract # ( enter in the “Sources of Supply” tab. If an error message is received at this point contact your Shopping Cart Support Center).
      • a) Reference:
      • b) Attach quotation, scope of work and payment schedule.
    3. Submit for approval in the SAP sytem.


    Share a single purchase order option: In the event that the vendor accepts a shared single purchase order for a pricing option separate account lines are used for the SAP shopping cart. The Shopping Cart Support Center can assist with multi-school quotes. The school or office that is the “requestor” (there can only be one) would be responsible for issuing the goods receipt.


    Vendor Information

    Apex Learning


    Click on publisher's logo for price list:

    apex edgenuity


Process for offering online credit-bearing courses:


    • STEP 1: All schools that would like to offer online credit-bearing courses must first designate a point of contact for each of the implementation models being offered. The individual(s) designated by the principal are responsible for overseeing the fidelity of the program’s implementation and progress as well as being the point of contact for the local district Instructional Technology Specialist. The Division of Instruction does not offer any compensation for assuming these roles. Please submit principal’s selections at:

        • If offering virtual courses, school must designate a “Supervising Mentor” to oversee all mentors at the school site.
        • If offering blended learning courses, school must designate a “Site Coordinator” to oversee all teachers hosting a blended learning course at the school site.
    • STEP 2: Secure the appropriate license(s): After assessing the courses your school needs, please see above for instructions on how to secure the license(s) you will need.

    • STEP 3: Schools that choose to offer an online program must ensure the appropriate staff participates in the District’s online professional development provided by the corresponding online course publisher(s) prior to enrolling students in the courses. Please visit or contact your local district’s Instructional Technology Specialist (ITS) for specific online course publisher professional development dates. Schools offering courses from multiple vendors need to attend each vendor’s trainings since the training is unique to each vendor’s platform.

    • STEP 4: As with any other “A-G” approved course, prior to enrolling a student in a course, schools must first ensure that the online course(s) being offered appears on their UC “A-G” approved list which is located on the Course Management Portal. Refer to Reference Guide 5833.5 “Revision of the UC/CSU A-G Approved Course List” for more information on the process for updating school site A-G approved course list or contact your local district’s Counseling Coordinator for support. Schools are required to use appropriate MiSiS course number to reflect the online publisher and modality of instruction in the students’ transcripts.

    • STEP 5: Trained staff is expected to implement each model of instruction with fidelity adhering to district policies and monitor student progress regularly. Throughout the school year, important announcements that may require action will be shared via the publisher’s platform, the Division of Instruction’s website:, and/or through the local district’s Instructional Technology Specialist.

Online Learning Contacts for Each Region