West Valley Virtual Learning Center FAQs
How will I know how my student is doing in their classes?
How are IEP students served?
How are highly capable students served at Virtual Learning Center?
Can a student be enrolled in VLC and also take classes at their neighborhood school?
Is it possible to just take a couple of classes at VLC and be enrolled with WVSD part-time?
Can students participate in sports and extracurricular activities?
How does attendance work?
What assessments are students required to take?
What computer skills are required?
How is the Virtual Learning Center different from West Valley's remote learning during the COVID Pandemic?
“Remote Learning” in WVSD was developed specifically in response to the COVID Pandemic and the need to close school buildings, but still educate our students. While students worked from a home setting, instruction and learning were a continuation of what would typically happen in the classroom if buildings were open. The School District adopted curriculum for the traditional classroom was adapted by staff for students to use while working remotely.
VLC is an Online School option in the district for students who thrive in the online environment and is a robust academic experience that does not try to replicate the traditional classroom experience, but rather provides students access to an innovative, interactive, online curriculum designed to be delivered in a virtual learning environment.
How is the Virtual Learning Center different from traditional homeschool?
How do I apply to enroll?