Is the Eudora VLC right for me?
The Eudora Virtual Learning Center provides a flexible way for students in grades 9-12 and adults to earn their high school diplomas — outside the classroom and traditional schedules, but with a full range of course options and learning support.
Eudora VLC students have the opportunity to earn a fully accredited Eudora High School diploma. The program is audited annually and approved by the Kansas State Department of Education.
Typical virtual students:
- Homebound individuals
- Homeschool students
- Desire an alternative learning environment
- Struggle to succeed in a traditional school setting
Other situations could include:
- Accelerated learners
- Personal or family situation that requires frequent, ongoing absences
- Adult learners, age 19 and older, who want to complete a high school diploma
- Students continuing studies while suspended or expelled
What's required of Eudora VLC students?
- Maintain attendance and meet requirements for coursework progress.
- Attend progress meetings on site as required.
- Complete all proctored exams at the Eudora Community Learning Center or according to virtual testing requirements.
- Comply with student requirements for completing all state assessments.
- Enrollment in the school year by September 15 for high school students under age 19. (Adult learners age 19 and over may enroll throughout the year.)
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