San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 20, 2015
Residents of San Diego, Orange, Riverside, and Imperial counties looking to complete their high school education can register for the fall semester at San Diego Virtual School beginning July 15th. Students under the age of 19 are free to apply any time after that date and begin speaking to an advisor about a program tailored to suit their needs.
At San Diego Virtual School, students are paired with California-credentialed teachers and given the tools they need to succeed on their own terms. The free educational service is designed to appeal to students based on what’s most important to them. Schedules and lesson plans are adapted to each applicant, allowing for a great deal of flexibility as well as a rigorous learning program that prepares students for their future.
San Diego Virtual Schools emphasize a distance-learning approach to draw students who are looking for an alternative high school experience. But the specific nature of that experience is taken up by the students themselves and their advisors, who collaborate on the method that will bring about the best possible outcome. Students interested in applying for the fall semester can set up an appointment with an advisor by visiting the website at https://sdvirtualschools.com/get-started/.
San Diego Virtual School is an online public school serving San Diego and adjoining counties accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. They provide personalized, free-of-charge distance learning education programs for high school students administered by California-credentialed teachers. For more information, consult their website at https://sdvirtualschools.com/about/