San Diego Virtual School Delivers Quality Distance Learning Programs During Uncertain Times

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Accredited Online Program Offers a Safe, Stable, Flexible Environment to Help Guide Pandemic-Impacted Students Towards a Brighter Future

For cautious parents and students, online learning can be a helpful tool to advance a young learners’ education. For some, distance learning can be a necessity

Parents and students interested in quality distance learning options this fall may want to explore San Diego Virtual School. This public charter school offers free, personalized education for middle and high school students residing in San Diego County.

“For cautious parents and students, online learning can be a helpful tool to advance a young learners’ education. For some, distance learning can be a necessity,” says Diahann Mathis, Principal. “In these uncertain times, San Diego Virtual School wants our San Diego community to know we will continue to diligently work for them and anyone who wants or needs our services.”

Established in 2010, SDVS’s ongoing mission is to help all students develop necessary academic and life skills in order to be successful in their pursuit of career or higher learning and be a contributing member of society. An online approach offers students more flexibility, opportunity, and a more positive learning environment than is typical in a traditional classroom.

Innovative curriculum includes both asynchronous (self-paced assignments) and synchronous (everyone learning together) opportunities that make use of video, audio, screen sharing, interactive tutorials, and other technological modalities. Experienced, specialized California-credentialed teachers lead online courses in six subject areas: English, Math, Science, Foreign Language, Social Science, and Health and Physical Education. Constant, live support from educators, including one-on-one tutoring, allows students to thrive –– even during difficult times.

Traditionally serving military families, advanced learners, struggling students, student athletes or performers, health-related distance learners, and students with jobs, SDVS is available to any local student, age 18 years or younger, who is looking for a safe, stable environment in which to continue their education. SDVS is accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), approved by National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and meets University of California’s A-G course entrance requirements.

To get started, simply fill out a brief online form at https://sdvirtualschools.com/get-started/. A school representative will contact you for next steps.

To learn more about San Diego Virtual School, please visit https://sdvirtualschools.com/.

About San Diego Virtual School:

San Diego Virtual School, a personalized learning institution, offers distance learning opportunities for middle and high school students residing in San Diego County. Their innovative approach involves caring teachers, high-quality classes, flexible access, proven technology, constant support, essential life skills, and a real high school diploma.
To learn more, visit https://sdvirtualschools.com/.

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