The International Academy of Science is committed to providing courses and an educational environment that are accessible to individuals with disabilities.

If there are features in any of our courses or content on our website that you cannot access due to a disability, please contact us with a detailed description of the problem so that we may assist you.


Usability and Accessibility Policy

Web Accessibility is the inclusive practice of making websites and web applications usable by people of all abilities, including people with disabilities.  We want all users to have equal access to the information and functionality in our materials.  With this in mind, it is our goal conform to the global industry web standards created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

We are committed to making the Acellus Education System and our websites accessible to individuals with disabilities and to meet appropriate standards including Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 at Conformance Level AA.

Assistive Technology and Disability Services

We work closely with schools and districts worldwide on the Acellus Education System which has been designed with accessibility in mind to reach the widest audience and interact well with assistive technology.

If you are using Acellus courses and you have questions about available assistive technology and student disability services, please contact your teacher or the administrator who provided your sign-in information.

If you have questions about the supported platforms and system requirements for Acellus, please visit our Technical Support page to review technical specifications and information.


We are driven by feedback in our mission to accelerate learning for all learners.  If you find an assessment in Acellus that you feel needs improvement, you can select “Submit a Problem Fix” under the Help tab (not available during exams).  If you are a teacher, you can access student work, select the problem of concern, and then select “Submit a Problem Fix.”  These suggestions are sent anonymously to the Course Developers and will not receive a reply but they will be evaluated to improve the courses for everyone.

If you have other accessibility concerns or ideas to make Acellus even better, please let us know.