Computer-Based Education (CBE): Schools PLP
Estrella High School offers an accelerated program as part of our efforts to support students in both catching up on credits and moving ahead towards graduation. Estrella utilizes Schools Personalized Learning Platform (PLP) as our online platform. Students are able to access the program from any computer, whether on campus or at home. In addition, students have access to an appropriately qualified teacher on campus for any assistance. All of our Computer Based Education (CBE) classes are free. Each class is worth .5 credits.
What is PLP?
Estrella High School Online Learning - SchoolsPLP
Estrella High School is offering Schools PLP as its online learning platform for students seeking a remote option.
Please take a moment to learn more about Schools PLP by reading through the following Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
FAQ for SchoolsPLP
Q. Who do I contact if my student cannot log-in to the platform?
Please contact the Assistant School Leader, HERE
Q. Who is my student's teacher?
SchoolsPLP class facilitators are assigned for each course-- our current class facilitator is Ms. Cory.
Some teachers may also act as class facilitators-- When your student logs into the platform and selects one of his/her courses, he/she will be able to see the name of the EHS teacher acting as course facilitator.
Q. How can I see my child's work and view his/her progress?
Visit https://estrellahs.schoolsplp.com/login (web URL for the SchoolsPLP initial access screen). Use your student's log-in information, and check the box to "Log In as Parent." Using the log-in as parent option, you can view messages and student progress without affecting grades or attendance statistics.
Q. What is the basic log-in student information?
User Name: firstinitiallastname
Password: your school id number - you can find it in studentvue if you don’t know what it is
Q. Do students have to log-in at a certain time everyday?
Students are not expected to log-in at a certain time. Students are expected to work on each of their courses each day. Typically, this will mean several lessons per course per day for the majority of students. Student attendance and engagement will be measured by the ability of each learner to remain "on-track."
Resources for 100% PLP (20/21 SY Only)