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Office of Online and Blended Learning

About Us

The Office of Online & Blended Learning (OBL) serves and supports online schools, programs, students, parents/guardians, authorizers, other related entities, and individuals related to K-12 Online & Blended Learning in Colorado. We are committed to providing information to all interested parties and stakeholders, as well as supporting the responsible growth of blended and online learning. The Office of Online & Blended Learning began duties October 1, 2007 under Senate Bill 215 legislation (§ 22-30.7-101-113, C.R.S.). Our purposes are:

  • To support Online Schools, Programs, Students, Parents, Authorizers, and other entities related to Online Learning;
  • To facilitate the certification of Multi-District Online Schools; 
  • To support with quality implementation of online programs and online schools. 

News & Updates 

MDOL Application Deadlines

The annual Multi-District Online School application process deadlines are January 2, 2024 and April 1st, 2024. For access to a Syncplicity folder to submit the application and supporting documents, email OBL at More information about MDOL Certification is on the Multi-District Application page:

School Finance Rules Updates from the BLI

In December 2023, the State Board voted to approve the notice of rulemaking on the School Finance Rules. Meeting agendas and materials are on the Colorado State Board of Education page: The proposed draft updates to the rules and public comment opportunities are posted on the School Finance page:

Online School Information

Colorado families seeking information about the online schools and programs available for Colorado K-12 students, please visit the Multi-District and Single District Online Schools and Programs List page: Families are encouraged to contact the schools they are interested in directly for further information about enrollment processes, student services, and any other questions. 

2022 District and School Performance Frameworks

CDE's Office for Accountability and Continuous Improvement released the annual frameworks outlining performance ratings used for the State Board of Education and CDE to help struggling Colorado schools. Information about state accountability and the frameworks, including for online schools, is on the District and School Performance Frameworks page:


College-Level Online Courses

For information regarding Online Courses in Higher Education, please visit the Colorado Department of Higher Education page:

Online and Blended Learning ListServ

To have your email added, please email with ListServ in the subject line. 

Contact Information

Renee Martinez, Office Supervisor

Mallorie Klemm, Blended Learning Senior Consultant

Alexandra Schroeder, Online Learning Senior Consultant
Natasha Gordon, Data Analysis & Professional Learning Senior Consultant