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Why Yukon Virtual School?

Core Instruction:

  • Do more with expanded core courses.
  • Digital instruction enhances the classroom by differentiating instruction and expanding course offerings. 
  • All courses provide opportunities for students to manage their own learning, participate in group chat discussions, and complete prerequisites. 
  • The 24/7 access to multi-media-rich courses in math, science, language arts, history and electives is accommodating to diverse scheduling needs.

Alternative & At-risk Students:

  • Yukon Virtual School can make a difference in the lives of students.  
  • Some students come to school with life experiences, learning styles, and attitudes that do not fit in the traditional classroom/school setting. 
  • Yukon Virtual School offers an alternative, digital learning solution, that meets student needs. 
  • Offers 24/7 accessibility.

Drop-out Prevention:

  • Brings graduation within reach.
  • Dropping out of school is not an easy decision, some students lose hope, get bored or feel as if they cannot be successful.
  • Yukon Virtual School can catch students before they give up and drop out with engaging, individualized courses. 
  • We offer students an opportunity to be successful today, so school success and graduation is a foreseeable and attainable goal for tomorrow.

Credit Recovery:

  • Recover credits to uncover Success.
  • Virtual School allows students who failed courses in the traditional classroom to work at their own pace to complete challenging coursework and earn the credits they need. 
  • It provides effective digital instruction strategies that brings success with engagement, relevance and rigor.    
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