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Virtual Education

Virtual Education The Charlottesville City School Division offers a high-quality, rigorous, and engaging virtual education program to students in grades 9 – 12. Students may choose to take an online course as part of their regular course load or in addition to a traditional seven-period day as well as during summer school. Courses are available … Continue reading Virtual Education

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Virtual Virginia Learning Options for Spring Semester 2021

The Virginia Department of Education is offering two exciting free opportunities for online education beginning in January. The state’s acclaimed Virtual Virginia program will pilot two programs for full-time K-5 education, with limited free spots. We anticipate that these spots will fill quickly, so if you are interested, please learn more and act soon. The … Continue reading Virtual Virginia Learning Options for Spring Semester 2021

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Return to Learn Plan — Approved Option for In-Person Learning

Revised February 24, 2021 This page is designed to help you know our current thinking and preparations for  returning to in-person learning for some students at Charlottesville City Schools. Top Tools for Families Returning to In-Person Instruction on March 8: Enlaces para información en español: Formulario de acuerdo y normas de seguridad  |  Evaluador de Salud … Continue reading Return to Learn Plan — Approved Option for In-Person Learning

April 2020 News and Highlights

A Word from Superintendent Dr. Rosa Atkins Dear staff, family, and community: When I first thought about a column for this month’s “News and Highlights,” I thought that it would be all news and no highlights. During this pandemic, we are focused on finding solutions and passing the information along to you. So, yes, there … Continue reading April 2020 News and Highlights

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CHS College Counseling offers Virtual College Day event and Live with Counselors webinar

The Charlottesville High School Counseling Department has two upcoming events for interested students and their families: Virtual College Day and a Life After High School workshop. The CHS Counseling Team and the Virginia College Advising Corps will host Virtual College Day on Friday, October 2, 2020 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. The event will offer information … Continue reading CHS College Counseling offers Virtual College Day event and Live with Counselors webinar

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October 2020 News and Highlights

Superintendent’s Message Dear families and staff — Thanks for your continued partnership in online learning. As I mentioned earlier, I’m so proud of our teachers for rising to this occasion, and I’m so proud of our students for engaging so meaningfully. We know it’s not perfect, but we are continuing to modify how we offer … Continue reading October 2020 News and Highlights

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May 2020 News & Highlights

  A Word from Superintendent Dr. Rosa Atkins  Dear staff, family, and community: It’s official — Charlottesville High School’s “Victory Lap” was triumphant! The drive-through graduation event featured several CHS-related selfie stations (including a mural painted by CHS teacher Nathan Alexander) and a Black Knights spirit station. And it concluded with the graduates walking across the stage … Continue reading May 2020 News & Highlights

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Online Learning for the First Quarter of the 2020-21 Year

Updated: July 31, 2020  This landing page will answer your questions about Charlottesville City Schools’ coronavirus closure  and reopening plans and point you to other school resources. We are continually updating this page to respond to new information. Need translation? See video below. ¿Necesitas traducción? Ver video a continuación. هل تحتاج إلى ترجمة؟ انظر الفيديو أدناه. Related … Continue reading Online Learning for the First Quarter of the 2020-21 Year

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Students engage with elected officials via virtual forums

Buford seventh and eighth grade students had the opportunity to meet with a variety of elected officials throughout the spring thanks to the efforts of history teacher Matt Resnick. About 30 students joined the virtual forums to engage online with local leaders such as Del. Sally Hudson, Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax and Charlottesville city councilors … Continue reading Students engage with elected officials via virtual forums