High School Curriculum
Courses Specifically Designed for High School Students
VAVA uses the K12 high school curriculum to serve our students in grades 9–12. The K12 online high school environment blends the best features of the company's K-8 learning environment—the elegant and research-driven design, the compelling interactivity, the ease of use of both online and offline content—with key features designed to make the high school experience successful, given the far more complex high school world of content, skills, and time management.
A Robust Catalog of Courses Meets the Needs of Diverse Learners
The K12 high school course catalog is robust, offering several core and elective courses. Math, English/language arts, science, and history courses are offered in multiple versions to meet the needs of diverse learners with diverse goals. Two levels of world languages are offered as well. Students can chart their own course, choosing from among the different levels of courses to match their aptitude and goals.
Two Versions of Core Subjects
With the K12 high school curriculum, students can harness the power of individualized learning by choosing from the following two versions of math, English/language arts, science, and history courses:
- K12 Core courses are similar to the standard courses offered by many other programs. They meet all academic requirements for each course area both for graduation as well as for potential admission into a wide range of colleges.
- K12 Comprehensive courses are designed for students entering with a strong foundational knowledge and aptitude in the subject area being covered, as well as solid study skills.
For the full list of K12 courses or to download our catalog, online high school course list.
High school is a time to prepare for your future; your new beginning. At VAVA, we celebrate when students reach their goals—and earning a diploma is a big deal! Even though we’re an online school, we make sure to recognize this special milestone. Watch our video to see how we celebrated K12-powered 2020 graduates.