Personalized remote learning, anywhere in NC
Since 2007, the North Carolina Virtual Public School has been providing students all over the state with equal access to a wide variety of supplemental online courses, regardless of geographic location. The program, which offers enrollment through local public schools, has reached almost 500,000 course enrollments since starting and is only continuing to grow, making it the second largest state virtual school in the country.
With a staff of highly qualified and experienced North Carolina licensed teachers and an impressive array of resources, the NCVPS makes virtual learning personalized, productive and positive for each student involved.
Each year, the program offers an estimated 150 courses to choose from, ranging from core courses to world languages, AP, career and technical, arts, and middle school courses, all of which are aligned to North Carolina standards. Tools offered by the NCVPS, including the nationally recognized peer tutoring center, allow students to access the help and guidance they need to succeed in each course.
Through carefully curated software and strategic teaching methods, NCVPS is able to create an online classroom environment that encourages participation and engagement and propels students to career and college readiness.
For the NC Virtual Public School, remote learning is nothing new
Though remote learning is a novel thing for many students and educators due to the coronavirus pandemic, for the staff at the North Carolina Virtual Public School, it's nothing new. Using its years of experience with distance learning, it's helping ease the transition for students, parents, and educators with its array of online and digital resources.
NC Virtual Public School offers remote learning tools, webinars and more to help students, educators
As schools across the country shift to virtual learning, the staff at the North Carolina Virtual Public School is using its experience with distance learning to help ease the transition for students, parents and educators. Resources like webinars, online classes, peer tutoring, and virtual office hours can help answer questions and fill in gaps left by school closures.
Learning via NC Virtual Public School is a positive, personal, productive experience
At the North Carolina Virtual Public School, instructors and staff work to ensure the virtual classroom is equipped with the tools, resources and communication needed to make the learning experience positive, personal and productive.