Online Independent Study
students receive 1:1 instruction from a Credentialed Teacher and use an online learning system to complete lessons and turn in assignments. Independent Study students receive a school issued Chromebook, community college opportunities, school and teacher field trips TK-12 Home School
students are taught by their parent or guardian with credentialed teacher support. Visit our High School Options page to learn about all three of our 9-12th grade programs.
Independent Study students complete classes and assignments online. Students also meet with their teacher on a regular basis for personalized instruction.
Independent Study students complete classes, classwork, and exams online with their teacher’s support. Teacher meetings are conducted in public places (coffee shops, libraries, etc.) but for the most part, students complete school assignments at home.
Students who dropped out of high school may apply provided they are under the age of nineteen (19) at the time of enrollment. For more information, please contact our enrollment team
Independent Study students complete classes and classwork from a standards-based curriculum through our online system with support from a teacher in their area. Students are responsible for completing assignments weekly on their own time, to meet with their teacher every other week, and to contact the teacher for further support. Counselors meet with students to offer support and to ensure students are on track to graduate.
Learning Assessments provide students with a clear view of where they stand academically and determine what they’re ready to learn next to build their personalized learning plan. Students in grades nine through eleven will participate in the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) MAP reading and mathematics assessments. Learning Assessments will be referenced in the student’s Master Agreement and will be administered to all Visions students.
Visions offers students multiple credit recovery opportunities, including summer school for those who need it. Students work with their counselor/teacher to come up with a Personalized Learning Plan (PLP) that fits their educational needs and goals.
Yes! Our Advanced Education Program (AEP) allows qualified students to take community college courses on top of their high school coursework. Students may take core courses, elective or technical education courses. In many instances, we help cover the costs of these classes (registration and textbooks) while enrolled. For more information, see our Support Services page.
Visions In Education partners with school districts throughout our service area to offer Career Technical Education (CTE) classes. Visions students receive hands-on occupational and technical training in a wide variety of fields, including automotive mechanics, computer networking, careers with children, CAD (computer-assisted design/drafting), medical, and many more. For more information, please see our Support Services page
Independent Study provides a flexible option for students looking to work and earn their diploma. Students with good attendance and in good academic standing may apply for a work permit through Visions In Education.
Visions students enjoy all the social opportunities other high school students have and many more. These include dances, athletic events, and extracurricular writing classes. Activities vary by academy, but all students are given opportunities to socialize and make new friends.
This will depend on the student’s unique circumstance and personalized educational plan developed with the student’s counselor. Students must receive approval from their Principal to ensure early graduation.
Yes! Independent Study students can take Driver’s Education for FREE. Visions In Education utilizes a California DMV approved, internet-based, course. This online course covers the ground rules of road and vehicle safety, with an emphasis on capable and efficient driving. (Note: Visions does not offer behind-the-wheel training)
Learn about what it takes to succeed at Visions here