All learners welcome

For nearly 40 years, Virtual Virginia has made digital learning available to all learners in the Commonwealth with no barriers to enrollment—regardless of each student’s academic history or geographic location.

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Call for Presenters

The Perfect Blend: 2023 Blended Learning Conference

Proposal Deadline: November 1

Virtual Virginia, VSTE, and Canvas by Instructure are gearing up for our third annual free, one-day Blended Learning Conference for public school educators nationwide, set for Saturday, February 25, 2023.

Learn More & Submit Your Proposal

Register for Spring 2023 Online Instruction

Spring Registration Deadline: November 15 @ 11 a.m.

Virtual Virginia course registration for spring 2023 is now open! Our flexible enrollment options are perfect for all Virginia students in grades K–12 learning at school or at home.

Learn More: Spring Course Registration

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School Support Training Course

Counselors, coordinators, and mentors at Virginia public schools and divisions now have access to VVA’s School Support Training Course, a free, online professional learning opportunity geared toward those who work closely with VVA students, faculty, and staff.

Join the School Support Training Course

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Free Professional Learning Course for HS Coaches

Athletics coaches at Virginia public high schools can now jump into free, online professional learning from Virtual Virginia and the Virginia High School League.

Enroll in “Coaching Life Skills Through Sport”

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K–5 Spanish Enrichment Instruction

This fall, Virtual Virginia’s Goal-Oriented Active Learning Series (GOALS) will feature K–5 Spanish enrichment instruction for younger learners in a fun, engaging environment.

Learn More: GOALS for K–5 Spanish

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“What Is Computer Science?”

In a free new course from Virtual Virginia and CodeVA, public school educators can learn the fundamentals of computer science, the Virginia SOLs for computer science, and how to teach computational thinking.

Enroll in “What Is Computer Science? For Educators”

Hey, families!

A Parent Auditor Account is a great way for parents and families to support their children enrolled in VVA courses. Monitor student login activity, view course grades, and more—all within the VVA student information system.

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