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Baltic - Students at the Academy of the Holy Family in Baltic will soon be taking courses online together with students in other parts of the world. Thanks to a partnership with The Virtual High School,nonprofit pioneer of K-12 online learning, the school now has access to over 400 courses per semester.
On January 29th, students from Baltic, along with students from Saudi Arabia, Puerto Rico and six other U.S. states, will begin learning online for the first time, collaboratively as peers. In addition, teachers at these schools will begin instructing students online in a Virtual High School (VHS) global classroom.
VHS partner schools have access to 190 core, elective, and AP® courses that inspire, ignite and deepen learning as well as enable students to develop independent learning skills, explore college majors and careers, earn credits and participate in global classrooms.
“Online learning within middle and high schools is continuing to grow at a rapid pace as more and more educational institutions realize the importance of providing students with these pre-college experiences,” said Jeffrey A. Elliott, President & CEO of VHS. “We are delighted to be able to help support these schools in their development.”