Advanced Studies
Virtual Learning (6-12)

Virtual Learning uses the following options to support Charlotte-Mecklenburg students grades 6-12.


Platform

Description

Access & Resources

Edgenuity Courseware (NonCredit Bearing)

Students engage in courses or units that are completely customizable by a teacher of record.  Courses are designed for the blended learning environment and for supplemental support.  


The teacher of record monitors student progress and schedules time to provide additional support to students as needed.

Student Login


Introducing students to Edgenuity: A Planning Resource for Teachers

Edgenuity Courseware (Credit Bearing) 

Students engage in courses that have been specifically designed by content leaders and specialists to provide tighter alignment and focus on priority standards.  This platform provides both new course work and credit recovery options.

 

The teacher of record monitors student progress and schedules time to provide additional support to students as needed.

Student Login Directions for Credit Bearing


Instructions for Teachers 

Edgenuity SIS

Students experiencing unique situations have access to Edgenuity IS. The platform provides both new course work and credit recovery options. 


Students engage in an online course with a teacher from Edgenuity.  E-learning contact at the school monitors progress and contacts students & families as needed. 

Link Edgenuity list


Enrolling students into Edgenuity IS

NCVPS

Students engage in an online course with a teacher from NCVPS. E-learning contact at the school monitors progress and contacts students & families as needed.

NCVPS Course list


Registering  for NCVPS courses


​For more information about these options, contact kelli.daughtry@cms.k12.nc.us 


P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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