Spend your summer getting ahead in school
MNPS Virtual School is ready for summer, but there will be no vacationing. Virtual School is proud to announce the 2014 Summer Success Program, and enrollment is now open for students in grades 8-12. The program is a great way for students to catch up or get ahead in their high school coursework. Even eighth grade students enrolled in the program can earn a high school credit.
During the Summer Success Program, students (known as v-learners) will take courses taught by highly qualified teachers. Summer enrollment is limited to a half-credit (0.5) course. Students completing a half-credit course with high percentage can continue with the program and will be allowed to enroll in another half-credit course. This course will be completed during the remainder of the summer session.
Incoming and outgoing eighth graders may enroll in the summer success program and take a course for advanced high school credit. Eighth graders will need to check in with their school counselor before enrolling. Out-of-county students are allowed to apply, as well. MNPS Virtual School is offering 10 courses this summer, courses including:
- Economics/Economics Honors
- Personal Finance
- Sports & Entertainment Marketing
- United States Government/United States Government Honors
- Physical Education I & II
- Lifetime Wellness
- Spanish I
- Spanish II
To enroll in the 2014 Summer Success Program, visit vlearn.mnps.org. Registration fees can be paid online or on site at MNPS Virtual School located at 4805 Park Avenue, Suite 300, Nashville.
About Virtual School
Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools is proud to offer students the opportunity to take one or more online high school v-courses while enrolled at their zoned schools or to enroll on a full-time basis with Virtual School and earn their high school diploma completely online. Our school is the first public virtual school in the state and the leading virtual schooling option for students. Moreover, our school is the first virtual school in the world to adopt the Academies Model offering career and academic themes to v-students in a highly personalized virtual learning community. To learn more, visit MNPS Virtual School.
Posted on February 26, 2014, in Schools, Students, Tips & Help and tagged extended learning, high schools, middle schools, schools, students, summer, tips and help, virtual school. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.