Real registration at Virtual School now open
- Are you a high school student?
- Are you a middle school student who wants to take high school classes?
- Do you not have enough room in your schedule for a class you need or want?
- Is there a class you want to take but that isn’t offered at your school?
- Do you have exceptional circumstances in your life that make it difficult to attend a regular school full-time?
- Do you just want to get ahead in your core classes to free up space in your schedule?
Chances are you fit somewhere in this spectrum. That means you can apply for MNPS Virtual School.
Virtual is now taking applications for part-time and full-time students. Enrollment is open through Friday, December 6, 2013.
Classes offered at Virtual this spring include various math classes, English (including honors), Spanish, Latin, PE, four Advanced Placement classes and a whole lot more.
MNPS Virtual School is Tennessee’s first virtual school and the first in the world to adopt the academies model for smaller learning communities. They offer the Virtual Academy of Business and Marketing with classes like Accounting, Digital Photography and Marketing.
The Virtual website can answer all of your many questions about how it works – everything from time commitment to NCAA eligibility.
Posted on November 7, 2013, in News, Schools, Students and tagged advanced placement, enrollment, high schools, middle schools, news, schools, students, virtual school. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.