Applications are now open for those wishing to attend Baldwin County Virtual Schools. The Baldwin County Virtual Elementary/Middle School teaches students in grades K - 8, while students in grades 9 …
Applications are now open for those wishing to attend Baldwin County Virtual Schools. The Baldwin County Virtual Elementary/Middle School teaches students in grades K - 8, while students in grades 9 - 12 can attend the Baldwin County Virtual Secondary School.
Buses are not available for this program. Students wishing to attend school virtually must have reliable transportation to and from testing sites when required and wi-fi access in order to complete their schoolwork. Students learn through programs and videos with support and tutoring available from the Virtual School staff as needed.
Students attending the Virtual Elementary/Middle School will need to login to scheduled live meetings to receive instruction on tasks they will be completing. Teachers are also available for digital tutoring or in-person tutoring by appointment when needed.
Learning partners, such as family members or other trusted adults that families choose, are asked to help virtual elementary students with technical issues, motivation and organization.
Students attending the Virtual Secondary School must attend class daily in accordance with the Baldwin County school calendar by logging into their Chromebook and Schoology, take all tests, exams and mandated testing at the BCVSS testing site unless otherwise noted and read and respond to emails, texts or other communications from BCVSS staff.
For full details on Baldwin County Virtual Elementary/Middle and High Schools or to apply, visit www.bcbe.org.