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List of virtual schools

Following is a list of virtual schools — coursework from an accredited private school or accredited not-for-profit or publicly funded institution, taught primarily through online methods. Schools are listed by country and by state or province. Within each geographic division, primary and secondary schools are listed first; colleges and universities are listed second.

Any of the thousands of commercial or unaccredited ventures that sell online courses should be listed elsewhere, under their relevant categories.

Canada

Alberta

British Columbia

Ontario

Public
Private

United States

Nationwide accredited private virtual schools

Arizona

California

Colorado

Delaware

  • Delaware Virtual School[4]

Florida

Michigan

Minnesota

Nebraska

New Hampshire

Ohio

  • Ohio Distance and Electronic Learning Academy (OHDELA) (Statewide)
  • Franklin University
  • Ohio Virtual Academy (OHVA) (Statewide)
  • Ohio Connections Academy (OCA) (Statewide)
  • Greater Ohio Virtual School (GOVS), Grades 7-12 (Statewide)
  • Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT) (Statewide)
  • TRECA Digital Academy (Statewide)

Pennsylvania

There were 14 public cyber charter schools operating in Pennsylvania in 2013.[5]

South Carolina

Utah

  • Utah Connections Academy [7]

Wisconsin

References and External links

  1. ^ AdvancED: CompuHigh
  2. ^ NCAA Eligibility Center: CompuHigh/Whitmore School
  3. ^ AdvancED website
  4. ^ "Virtual Schools a boon to Del. students", The News Journal, April 23, 2008.
  5. ^
  6. ^
  7. ^ http://www.connectionsacademy.com/utah-online-school/home.aspx
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