We have ended our enrollment for the current school year, but we are now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 school year for high school home school students who need full time enrollment and current high school students who need supplemental courses. Our information and pre-enrollment meeting will be April 22, 2014 at the Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center at 1901 Lynch Road.
We are also accepting applications for elementary and middle school students who are intersted in home school courses for the 2014-2015 school year. Visit the Enrollment Information and Application link for High School or K-8.
Students and parents will receive information and times of enrollment meetings when an application is submitted. Please visit the Enrollment and Application links for high school and K-8 to apply for Virtual Academy.
We are also proud of our recent honor of a Top Innovator Award. Our program is recognized throughout the country as an excellent example of how online courses can benefit students at the high school level. We continue to build our program as a partnership of students, teachers, and parents to help students be successful with this unique opportunity.
We are currently accepting applications for our second semester of our 2013-2014 school year high school courses and our K-8 courses. New enrollments for our high school courses will end on March 7 for the second semester, but we will continue to take applications for the 2014-2015 school year. Please visit the high school Enrollment Information and Application section or the K-8 Enrollment Information and Application section to complete an application. We will contact students and parents by email to schedule enrollments conferences as we have openings available.
The EVSC High School Virtual Academy is designed to provide flexibility to students in EVSC to earn credits for credit advancement, schedule conflict, or credit recovery through the utilization of online learning and the support of a licensed teacher. Our brochure provides additonal information. Students have earned 506 credits through coursework in Virtual Academy.
The EVSC High School Virtual Academy now also offers Advanced Placement courses in English, Social Studies, Science, and Math. Our courses are not aligned with college credit but do allow for the students the option to take the AP exam at the end of the course. The AP courses are included on the Courses page.
The High School Virtual Academy allows students to earn credits for recovery or advancement through the utilization of online learning. Courses are taught by EVSC licensed teachers utilizing content from Apex Learning, Inc. which offers a comprehensive digital curriculum that meets high school graduation requirements in math, science, English, social studies, world languages and selected electives. In addition, students and parents receive automated progress reports each week to communicate the progress of the student toward the course completion date.
Information for 2013-2014 NCAA guidlines for Non-Traditional classes is available in the NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete manual on page 12 and the Non-Traditional Course Guide information Document.