Virginia Public School Students
No tuition is charged for Virginia public school students who enroll in standard core, world language, and elective courses during the regular school year. Virginia public school students participating in the Early College Scholars (ECS) program may also take Advanced Placement courses tuition-free.
Tuition per course for non-ECS Virginia public school students enrolled in AP courses is $375, multiplied by the Local Composite Index. Textbooks and other materials are the responsibility of the local school division. Please note that a student’s ECS status has no bearing on summer session course fees. For information on summer session tuition click here.
Virginia Private and Homeschooled Students
For all courses, tuition for Virginia private and homeschooled students is $499 per full-credit course and $299 per half-credit course.
Tuition, textbooks, fees, and other materials are the responsibility of the enrolling party.
For all courses, tuition for out-of-state and out-of-country students is $849 per full-credit course and $549 per half-credit course. Tuition, textbooks, fees, and other materials are the responsibility of the enrolling party.
Payment for Virtual Virginia course should be remitted to the Virginia Department of Education; tuition and other fees may be paid via credit card or check.
School divisions, private schools, and parents of homeschooled students are hereby notified that failure to pay in full at the time invoices are received may result in referral to a collection agency. If the matter is referred for collection to an attorney or to a collection agency, then the debtor will be liable for attorney’s fees or additional collection fees of the unpaid balance. Enrollment in Virtual Virginia will be deemed to be acceptance of these terms.
Questions concerning invoicing should be sent to Debbie Staughton at email@example.com or 866-650-0025.
Tuition Policy and Fees
No tuition will be refunded after 60 calendar days. Any tuition or fees are the responsibility of the enrolling party. (School divisions will receive an invoice for tuition and fees for any students within their division.) Students are considered withdrawn from a course when they are removed from the Virtual Virginia registration system by the local school or by VVA administration.
Q. Who is responsible for paying course fees?
A. Virginia school divisions are responsible for payment of any course fees for public school students enrolled in Virtual Virginia in their division. Private schools will be responsible for any course fees for students enrolled in Virtual Virginia within their school. Homeschool parents are responsible for payment of course fees for home school students. The enrolling party is responsible for the payment of any course fees for out-of-state students.
Q. What is the due date for payment of Virtual Virginia course fees?
A. Payment for course fees is due to the Virginia Department of Education within 30 days of the date of invoice.