June 18—July 27, 2018
Enrollment for Summer Session 2018 is now CLOSED.
Virtual Virginia is offering 39 online courses for Summer Session 2018, including core, world language, and elective courses.
Summer Session 2018 courses begin Monday, June 18, and end Friday, July 27.
The tuition for all students who enroll in Summer Session 2018 courses is $375 per course, regardless of a student’s Early College Scholar status. Tuition must be paid at the time of course registration and must be made with an electronic debit, credit, or prepaid card. Virtual Virginia accepts VISA, MasterCard, or Discover.
If a student’s tuition is not paid by Thursday, June 14, at 10 a.m., the student will be dropped from the course(s).
There will be no refund if a course is dropped after 3 p.m. on Monday, June 25. If a course is dropped prior to 3 p.m. on Monday, June 25, please contact Cynthia Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a refund.
To enroll in a Virtual Virginia course, the local school must agree to award the assigned credit for the course. If the course includes a relevant end-of-course assessment, the local school will administer the assessment and award verified credit. Credit is posted to the student’s transcript by the student’s middle or high school.
Homeschooled students may also register for Virtual Virginia summer session courses. The home school instructor of record (who may be the parent/guardian) may enroll the student and the parent/guardian is responsible for payment of all fees associated with the course.
In order to be offered, all Summer Session 2018 courses are subject to minimum enrollments.
Standards of Learning (SOL) Tests
A student enrolled in Virtual Virginia courses that have SOL tests must take the test through their local school.
Summer Session Technology Requirements
Students working outside the local school setting must be aware of the need to access equipment that meets the minimum requirements as specified by Virtual Virginia. These requirements are compiled into the Virtual Virginia Technology Handbook and are organized into general course requirements and technical requirements specific to individual courses.
Mentors for Summer Session
Please note that while mentor assignments are still required for Summer Session students, the school can designate a parent to be the mentor at their discretion. Parents serving as mentors must be entered into the Genius registration system by the school counselor prior to registration.
Summer Session 2018 Courses
- 3130 Algebra I*
- 3135 Algebra II
- 3134 Algebra Functions and Data Analysis
- 4310 Biology I
- 4340 Biology II – Ecology
- 4410 Chemistry I
- 4420 Chemistry II
- 1171 Creative Writing
- 4210 Earth Science I*
- 4260 Earth Science II – Astronomy
- 4250 Earth Science II – Oceanography
- 2801 Economics (0.5 credit)*
- 6120 Economics and Personal Finance
- 1130 English 9
- 1140 English 10
- 1150 English 11
- 1160 English 12
- 5110 French I*
- 5120 French II*
- 5130 French III
- 3143 Geometry*
- 7300 Health & PE 9
- 7400 Health & PE 10
- 6641 Introduction to Game Design*
- 6640 Introduction to Computer Science*
- 5310 Latin I*
- 5320 Latin II*
- 5330 Latin III
- 4510 Physics I
- 3162 Pre-Calculus and Mathematical Analysis
- 2900 Psychology (0.5 credit)
- 5510 Spanish I*
- 5520 Spanish II*
- 5530 Spanish III
- 2440 Virginia & US Government
- 2360 Virginia & US History
- 2215 World History & Geography to 1500 A.D.
- 2216 World History & Geography 1500 A.D. to the Present
- 1165 World Mythology*
* Course is available to middle school students who have met prerequisite requirements.
The Virtual Virginia Technology Support Help Desk will be available during the summer session from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Technology Support Help Desk can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at 866-650-0027.
If you have general questions, or concerns about Virtual Virginia, please call our Main Office at 866-650-0025.