Press Releases

The Virtual High School Partners with CERNET Education in First-of-its-Kind Collaboration to Bring Core Courses to ESL Students in China

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.

The Virtual High School Named Finalist in 2016 EdTech Digest Awards Program for Best STEM Solution

Space Station Academy Brings Power of Immersive Space Simulations to Middle School Students as they Learn Fundamental STEM Skills

The Virtual High School Helps Schools Enhance Credit Recovery Efforts

March 10th Webinar to Delve into Topic of Using Online Learning as Alternative Method of Supporting At-Risk Students

Director of Educational Partnerships for The Virtual High School to Co-Present at NAIS Conference: “Prepping for Success (and Failure) in Online Learning”

Clay Splawn, Dean of Academics, Berkshire School, will lead conversation and share key strategies for successful adoption and implementation of online courses and programs

Extending Its Reach: The Virtual High School Appoints Director, Global Programs and Services to Support Needs of International Students

In an effort to connect international students to online learning opportunities in the US, the Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.), a nonprofit empowering schools with the industry’s best online learning programs, announced today that it has selected Xuan You as its new Director, Global Programs and Services.

The Virtual High School Launches After-School Space Station Academy Program for Florida Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs

Program Brings Power of Immersive Space Simulations to STEM Learning

The Virtual High School and Landmark School Release Report on the Need for Study Skills Instruction for College and Career Readiness

Research shows that study skills are a crucial element for academic success from early adolescence through college; however, many middle and high school students have not received explicit instruction in study strategies nor practice using such strategies in the classroom.  As a result students struggle to master course content and are unprepared for future postsecondary work.

The Virtual High School Discusses America’s STEM Challenges

VHS solution draws on expertise combining effective an innovative teaching methods with standards and technology

The Virtual High School Launches Spring 2016 Judaic Studies Courses

Online courses expand and deepen Jewish day schools’ Judaic studies curriculum

The Virtual High School Collaborates with Landmark School to Offer Online Study Skills+ Course

Partnership Offers Students Essential Skills; Helps Them Prepare for High School and College