Baldwin County Virtual School enrollment continues

Staff Report
Posted 7/29/22

Baldwin County Virtual School is still accepting students.The secondary school held an open house for interested high schoolers earlier this week and answered questions about class requirements, …

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Baldwin County Virtual School enrollment continues

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Baldwin County Virtual School is still accepting students.

The secondary school held an open house for interested high schoolers earlier this week and answered questions about class requirements, extra-curricular activities and more.

The Baldwin County Virtual Elementary/Middle School Open House will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 605 U.S. Highway 98 in Daphne. From 10 a.m. to noon, parents and students can meet the principal and learn what virtual school has to offer, including curriculum, STEM, counseling, special services, school platforms, electives and more. Email bcves@bcbe.org or call (251) 607-5628 with any questions about the BCVEMS.

Baldwin County virtual schools offer students direct, personalized instruction from real teachers. Virtual schooling gives students and their family the flexibility to create a schedule that works for them. Students are able to choose from a multitude of electives, organizations and clubs to join. Virtual students are also eligible to participate in sports, band and ROTC at their zoned school.

Registration for Baldwin County Virtual Schools will remain open for approximately two weeks after the start of school. To learn more or to register your student for the upcoming school year, visit www.baldwinvirtual.com.

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