Virtual Education in St. Johns County on Sep28 2010

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St. Augustine’s Virtual School

Parents looking for a world class educational opportunity that is custom designed for their child should take a look at St. Johns Virtual School, a part of the Florida Virtual School system. A virtual education from St. Johns Virtual School is accredited for grades K through 12 and awards high school diplomas. Classes are delivered online, with the opportunity to meet with teachers as desired. Students can meet at home or from any location where they might be visiting or working; from beach huts in California to New Jersey condos. Florida’s virtual schools are powered by K12, the leading provider of online education in the United States.

Academics in the Virtual World

Students choosing a virtual education have a plethora of choices when it comes to classes. Parents and students alike are excited at the opportunities that this educational choice offers. Students may participate in sports and have access to AP courses as well as other college preparatory classes. Progress reports are delivered monthly, helping students remain on track with their studies. Because the classes are delivered online, students can set up their own schedules and allow time for course enhancing participation in daytime internships and volunteer work. Learners already enrolled in traditional classroom settings can transfer to a virtual education program at any time.

What About the Extras?

Virtual learning is customizable. Students may participate in sports on campus. They may enroll in a 50/50 split between on site and online education. Want labs for the science classes? Take them on campus and do the balance of the coursework from home, the library, or a doughnut shop. If the student’s entire course load is online, they may receive permission to participate in choir, band, or other programs. Participation in St. Johns Virtual School offers the best of educational opportunities for students in the St. Augustine area.

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