I am excited to share with you information about the Robertson County Virtual School. We are working with our vendor, Pearson Connections Learning, to schedule students in courses and ensure that all of their individual learning needs are met.
The Virtual School is a college prep 100% online learning platform for students who have a desire to access a non-traditional learning opportunity. Students must be on track for graduation and free of substantial credit deficiencies. Since learning takes place on-line, success is increased with a strong commitment to learning, proper time management, and willingness to utilize resources provided through Pearson Connection Learning.
If you would like more information regarding the Robertson County Virtual School, please call at your convenience to schedule an intake appointment. At this meeting we will review transcripts and/or grade reports and develop a coursework plan for your child.
Thank you for your interest in the Robertson County Virtual School! Should you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me either by phone or email.
Dr. Mary Jo Holmes, Principal
What is the cost to enroll my student in Virtual School?
There is no cost to Robertson County residents.
Is my student eligible to participate in extra-curricular activities and/or sports while enrolled in the Virtual School?
No. Students are only eligible to participate in co-curricular activities such as Band and/or Choir.
Do Virtual School students earn a regular high school diploma?
Absolutely! Our graduates receive the same diploma as other schools in our district. In addition we also recognize Honors graduates and those that graduate with Distinction.
If we try Virtual School and do not feel that it is a good fit for our student, can he/she return to regular school?
Yes. We do ask for a year commitment to give the student time to acclimate to a new way of learning. If after the year is up the student wishes to return to school, he/she will be able to do so at no penalty.
When is enrollment for Virtual School?
New enrollments are considered for the fall semester until September 1. For the spring semester, students must be enrolled by January 30.
Students also have the opportunity to participate in job shadowing opportunities.
I had a really great time at the job shadowing event. I am interested in going into acting as a career, and the people at Live on Stage were very helpful and informative. They were able to present their own personal experiences with the entertainment industry and offered useful advice as to how to advance in my career. Overall, it was an amazing experience.
- Taylor Tims, Virtual School Student
Please see the 2022-2023 course offerings below.
All middle school students will be asked to select at least 6 classes for each semester. Additional courses will be approved by the program administrator.
All high school students will be asked to select at least 8 classes for each semester.
Additional or fewer courses will be approved by the program administrator.