Virtual Learning

Virtual Learning

Expand quality virtual learning opportunities

The availability of virtual learning options benefits districts, students, and families by expanding choice.

A partner that can help you scale virtual learning to meet your needs—and focuses on people and learning first and technology later—ensures quality virtual learning is aligned with the overall mission and learning goals of a district.

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Virtual School

For many students, the full-time, brick and mortar school experience is no longer a fit. Quality virtual learning—from a local virtual school or from a partner—provides them with the flexibility to learn whenever and wherever works best for them. Through a comprehensive catalog of core and elective courses, Edmentum’s EdOptions Academy helps create K-12 virtual learning options—with your teachers or ours—for one course or a full program.

Learn ways to expand your high-quality virtual learning options here.

Direct Enrollment Courses

For 6-12 students who want to take a course not offered by the district, want to recover a credit or get ahead, or want to experience online learning, Apex Learning Virtual School (ALVS) offers semester and year-long courses through a fully accredited virtual school with certified teachers, live support, and flexible scheduling.

See if ALVS is the right choice for your students.

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“The ALVS curriculum is diverse and challenging—and never easier than a traditional brick-and-mortar school”

J. Sisson, Director of Academics and Learning

All 50 states

Teachers licensed or certified to teach based on reciprocity

Mitigating Teacher Shortages

Teacher vacancies are a critical issue in some districts and threaten to impact the quality of students’ education. Edmentum can help fill your short-term teacher shortages by providing certified virtual teachers to provide the quality instruction your students deserve. Our virtual teachers teach classes in your school—in settings supervised by your personnel—through a blend of direct instruction, one-on-one conferences, and small group engagement.