Virtual School + Curriculum to Meet Student and District Needs

Virtual School + Curriculum to Meet Student and District Needs

Partnering with Edgenuity empowers you to open and staff your own virtual school or program. Edgenuity’s rigorous, engaging online curriculum and learning solutions can help you meet the needs of all K–12 learners in your district or school.

Edgenuity Virtual Programs

Flexible Learning Solutions

Establishing a virtual school or program can help you support more students and meet your district’s needs. Running your own virtual school or program can help you offer students and staff more flexibility, expand course catalogs, and even offset teacher shortage.

Edgenuity is proud to partner with schools and districts across the country to implement a variety of virtual programs for students in grades K–12. With expansive data and reporting features, learning solutions that can meet all school and student needs, and support for marketing, designing, and implementing your virtual school or program, Edgenuity is dedicated to helping you put students on the path to success.

Virtual Schools and Programs Give Students More Options

Establishing your own virtual school or program helps to open many doors for both students and schools. Virtual programs offer students more flexibility and learning opportunities, so those who are homebound, working full- or part-time, or participating in athletics can still get the quality education they deserve. And with over 300 standards-aligned courses, schools and districts can easily expand course offerings, and introduce students to new subjects and interests, as well as additional options for college and career.

Virtual schools and programs can also help schools and districts:

  • Reengage at-risk students
  • Recover lost enrollments and the funding associated with them
  • Expand summer school offerings
  • Address teacher shortages

The data and reporting features available in Edgenuity’s online learning solutions empower educators to quickly and easily monitor student performance, and intervene to offer extra help and guidance as needed.

Virtual Programs Give Schools and Students More Options

Virtual Schools and Programs Give Students More Learning Options

Establishing your own virtual school or program helps to open many doors for both students and schools. Virtual programs offer students more flexibility and learning opportunities, so those who are homebound, working full- or part-time, or participating in athletics can still get the quality education they deserve. And with over 300 standards-aligned courses, schools and districts can easily expand course offerings, and introduce students to new subjects and interests, as well as additional options for college and career.

Looking to offer online courses using your own teachers?

A Successful Partnership Starts Here

A lot goes in to establishing good partnerships, which can foster the success of virtual schools and programs. For years, schools and districts across the country have partnered with Edgenuity Instructional Services to build virtual schools and programs to give their students a flexible, engaging, and rigorous education. This experience has helped us to identify the following factors that commonly help in building lasting virtual learning partnerships:

Roles and Responsibilities for a Successful Partnership

Virtual Curriculum Provider

Your virtual curriculum provider should offer:

  • Virtual instructors who provide personalized learning and communicate regularly with administrators and students.
  • Coaches who motivate and provide on-demand tutoring.
  • A team of professionals to help manage your virtual program.
  • Engaging, rigorous curriculum and interactive learning tools.
  • Real-time data to inform instruction, remediation, and communication.
  • Opportunities for additional resources, professional development workshops, and job-embedded coaching.
  • A marketing toolkit to help promote your virtual program to students and parents.
School or District

In turn, the school or district should:

  • Identify academic goals in order to establish appropriate policies: Which students should enroll? Those seeking honors courses? Those on medical leave? Those trying to recover credits?
  • Establish appropriate expectations, such as program length, attendance policies, grading scale, etc.
  • Determine evaluation metrics to measure the success of the program.
  • Identify mentors who will partner with the virtual instructors to ensure success.
  • Provide orientation and training opportunities for mentors and students.
  • Work with the virtual instructors to monitor data and implement change as needed.

What to Look for in a Virtual Program Partner

  • Flexibility and convenience with 24/7 course access wherever Internet is available
  • Engaging standards-aligned curriculum with interactive multimedia instruction
  • A wide variety of electives that align with educational and career goals
  • Ability to participate in sports, clubs, and other after-school activities while enrolled online full time
  • NCAA-approved instructional program to ensure student athletes are college-ready

What to Look for in a Virtual Program Partner

What to Look for in a Virtual Program Partner

  • Flexibility and convenience with 24/7 course access wherever Internet is available.
  • Engaging standards-aligned curriculum with interactive multimedia instruction.
  • A wide variety of electives that align with educational and career goals.
  • Ability to participate in sports, clubs, and other after-school activities while enrolled online full time.
  • NCAA-approved instructional program to ensure student athletes are college-ready.

Find out how to provide an engaging online program with Edgenuity Instructional Services

Program Planning Resources

Program Planning Resources

Online and Blended Learning Workbook

Online and Blended Learning Workbook

Utilize checklists for planning, goal-setting, and implementation considerations, as well as budgeting and evaluation tools, and much more. This workbook is your go-to resource for incorporating online or blended learning into your school or district.




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Best Practices for Virtual Program Success

Discover our best practices for creating a successful virtual school and program, including defining academic goals, determining expectations and rules for students, establishing a system for professional development, promoting your program, and more.




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Promoting Your Virtual Program

Raising awareness about your virtual school or program is one of the first steps in securing enrollments and building a successful program. We have plenty of tips for helping you promote your virtual school or program through the best communication channels and formats.




Considerations for Student Success

Considerations for Student Success

The best learning happens when students know what’s expected of them and are prepared and motivated to do their work. Set the stage for your students to flourish by establishing expectations before they start, increasing their responsibility, and more.




How do schools use our programs?

How do schools use our programs?

See how schools and districts across the country implement our online and blended learning programs to overcome obstacles and promote positive outcomes.


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