Online Schools in Virginia
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Choose a School that Fits Your Student
Did you know you can choose an online public school education option that's tuition-free* and allows you to take a more active role in your child's education—and school is wherever there's an internet connection?
How is online public school in Virginia like traditional schooling?
Like a brick-and-mortar public school, the K12-powered online school in Virginia follows the traditional academic calendar, state-licensed teachers provide instruction, and counselors and school staff are on hand to offer help. And, just like a traditional public school, all of this is tuition-free.*
The Power of a Personalized Program
The K12-powered online school in Virginia awakens the power of learning through engaging courses, caring teachers, and a vibrant school community. This individually tailored education experience begins with a personalized academic plan that targets each student's strengths and weaknesses. Virginia-licensed instructors tailor teaching to each student's needs and are passionate about helping each child achieve their personal best. An engaging online curriculum covers core subjects—math, English, history, and science—as well as art, music, and world languages. Students can also participate in teacher-led online clubs, in-person field trips, extracurricular activities, and events.
How does online school in Virginia work?
Day-to-day learning in a K12-powered Virginia public school differs by grade level, but generally includes:
Live online classes with teachers and students
Support from the student's Learning Coach, a parent or other responsible adult, who plays an active role especially in the early grades and ensures the student is on track with assignments and coursework, records daily attendance, and communicates with teachers
Social opportunities that bring students together
Online lessons are mastery based and include hands-on learning opportunities away from the computer.
As a student advances, they begin to monitor their own learning schedule. The curriculum includes online and various levels of hands-on learning depending on the grade level and course.
As independent learners, high school students communicate with teachers and begin focusing on postsecondary goals with support from counselors. The online curriculum includes various levels of core courses and a broad selection of electives.
*Families do not pay tuition for a student to attend an online public school. Common household items and office supplies like printer ink and paper are not provided. Our enrollment consultants can help you address your technological and computer needs.