VHS Learning opens 2023 summer school registration for high school students

“Our summer core courses help students regain the credits required for their degree, and many students also enroll in our unique summer electives to discover a topic of interest and prepare for their next academic year,” said Carol DeFuria , President and CEO of VHS Learning.

VHS Learning opened registration for its summer 2023 courses and introduced more flexible options to accommodate student schedules. The traditional summer program begins June 14 and offers 25 online high school credit collection and enrichment courses lasting eight or four weeks. Eight-week courses begin June 14th. Four-week courses will be offered in two sessions starting June 14 and July 17 respectively. New this year are flexible paced and credit recovery courses that offer rolling admission and will open for enrollment in May.

VHS learning courses are instructor-led and include NCAA-approved options. The summer program offers core courses in mathematics, science, social sciences, history, and English, as well as a variety of enrichment electives such as Chinese language and culture, cryptography, personal finance, and personal fitness. Students in grades 9-12 can register for the summer courses.

“The Nation’s 2022 Report Card showed an increased need to enhance student learning, and VHS Learning’s summer courses are an excellent option for academic recovery,” said Carol DeFuria, President and CEO of VHS Learning. “Our summer core courses help students regain the credits required for their degree, and many students also enroll in our unique summer electives to discover a subject of interest and prepare for their next academic year.”

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For more than 27 years, VHS Learning has earned a reputation for quality education and offers a world-class professional development program for the certified teachers who teach summer courses. All VHS Learning faculty complete graduate-level online teaching methodologies (OTM) training to learn best practices for online teaching and learning, and 81% of VHS Learning faculty hold a master’s degree or higher.

VHS Learning Course Design and Delivery Standards was the model used by the National Education Association when they created the first standards for online learning. In 2019, VHS Learning, in partnership with the international non-profit organization Quality Matters, helped update the National Standards for Quality (NSQ) in three areas: online courses, online instruction, and online programs.

“We are committed to empowering students and educators with quality high school instruction and exceptional professional development,” continued DeFuria. “We look forward to returning to providing students everywhere with the flexible instruction and support they need to stay on course and progress.”

For more information and registration for VHS Learning summer courses, visit https://www.vhslearning.org/educators/what-vhs-offers/summer-school

About VHS learning

VHS Learning is a non-profit organization with over 27 years of experience delivering world-class online programs to students and schools around the world. More than 600 schools around the world use VHS Learning’s 300+ online high school courses—including 29 AP® courses, credit recovery, and enrichment courses—to enhance their undergraduate programs. VHS Learning is accredited by the Middle States Association Commission on Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS), the Accrediting Commission for Schools, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC), and Cognia. Courses are approved by the NCAA for initial eligibility. For more information about VHS Learning, please visit https://www.vhslearning.org/ and follow @VHSLearning on Twitter.

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