Online learning has become a key strategy for districts and schools to offer students greater access to the courses they need to prepare for future education and careers. Current estimates from the “Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning, 2015” annual report1 show that 2.2 million students are currently taking more than 3.8 million online courses.
The Virtual High School (VHS Inc.), an educational non-profit offering schools and parents the industry’s best online learning programs, today announced that they will pilot three new courses suitable for English as a Second Language (ESL) students this fall. The new courses were developed in partnership with CERNET Education and with input from ESL experts at the Massachusetts International Academy (MAIA). Fall registration for all courses is currently open and courses begin September 7th.
AP® Computer Science Principles prepares all students to succeed in a fast-paced working world that is increasingly online, data-driven, and powered by programming.
The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.) is piloting a new introductory college-level computer science course in fall 2016, designed to appeal to all students in grades 10-12, not just those interested in STEM subjects.
The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.), a non-profit empowering schools with the industry’s best online learning programs, is announcing its new dual credit partnership with Quincy College, a two-year, municipally affiliated college with campuses in Plymouth and Quincy Massachusetts. Starting Fall of 2016, VHS students can earn college credit from Quincy College for taking online Virtual High School U.S History courses.
The VHS Ninth Annual Scholarship Program Distributes $1000 to High School Seniors
The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.), a non-profit empowering schools with the industry’s best online learning programs, today announced the winners of their ninth annual college scholarship program. One thousand dollars in scholarship funds were awarded to three VHS seniors in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts to use toward college expenses this fall.
The Virtual High School (VHS Inc.), an educational non-profit offering schools and parents the industry’s best online learning programs, has partnered with CERNET Education, the designated education company of CERNET (China Education and Research Network), the first nationwide education and research computer network in China.
Online courses have long been used for credit recovery; in the 2009-10 school year, more than 60 percent of digital courses were taken for credit recovery purposes, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.