Cabell Virtual Learning Academy
Beginning with the 2021-2022 regular school year, Cabell County Schools is offering an off-campus virtual learning option. Registration is now open for the newly established Cabell Virtual Learning Academy. More information and a link to sign up can be found in the “Families” section of the district’s website, www.cabellschools.com.
Cabell Virtual Learning Academy is a public-school program offering families a comprehensive option for providing a quality education from home. It is offered to students in kindergarten through the 12th grade.
"We are pleased to offer this exciting learning option to our students and families,” says Dr. Ryan Saxe, Cabell County Schools Superintendent. “The Cabell Virtual Learning Academy will provide students with quality, personalized instruction by highly-qualified West Virginia teachers, and in grades K-8, those teachers will be high-quality Cabell County teachers. For the student who generally performs better in a home setting, Cabell’s virtual school will provide the necessary structure and support needed to ensure they are successful and prepared for college or a career.”
The Cabell Virtual Learning Academy offers flexibility to serve individual needs. Traditional home-school students may take courses through a part-time program. A full-time option is also offered allowing students to study completely from home while earning a diploma from either Cabell Midland High School or Huntington High School.
Full-time Cabell Virtual Learning Academy students can expect the following:
- The program will provide live, online instruction from state-certified instructors.
- Students in grades K-8 will receive instruction from state-certified Cabell County Schools teachers.
- Core classes for students in grades 6-8 will taught by Cabell County teachers. Related arts instruction will be delivered by state-certified teachers utilizing the West Virginia Virtual School platform.
- Students in grades 9-12 will receive all instruction from state-certified West Virginia teachers utilizing the West Virginia Virtual School platform.
- Cabell Virtual Learning Academy students will be provided with an Apple learning device.
- Participants will follow the Cabell County Schools calendar.
- Students will have access to a school counselor.
- Special Education services will be provided (as appropriate).
- Students may attend activities and participate in athletics at their zoned schools.
- All virtual learning students will receive report cards.
- Courses offered are fully accredited.
- Seniors meeting requirements will attend their assigned high school’s regular graduation ceremony.
Please note: Cabell County full-time virtual students are required to participate in state-mandated assessments.
For more information contact Joe Thacker, Coordinator of Virtual Learning, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (304) 528-5000.