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FAQs:  High    School    Program

Bridges Virtual Academy’s high school program spans 9th-12th grade and has been rated as the best online high school in Wisconsin!! Students have different pathways to select from by subject-area to tailor their learning experiences. The overall goal of the high school program is to help students successfully grow as independent learners as they strengthen their core skills for future learning and career opportunities.


Benefits of the high school program include...

  • Advisory Teacher assigned to your family to guide students throughout their high school years--high school aged siblings work with the same advisor

  • Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) developed for every student

  • Many classes available in a variety of formats, both live and asynchronous, such as Virtual Seminars, Flex, Project-Based Learning (PBL), and other instructional options

  • Dual enrollment classes available at  local high schools and colleges

  • NCAA approved courses available

  • Live classes scheduled Monday through Thursday

  • Enrichment, homework help time, and community building activities on Fridays

  • Print materials and supplies (textbooks, lab kits, etc.) sent directly to the home

  • Opportunities for student leadership via National Honor Society, Student Council, and the student newspaper 

  • Fantastic art program 

  • Various opportunities for students to excel via in-house creative publications, competitions, challenge groups, and more

  • Community building through virtual student activities and other teacher-led events 

  • Family-friendly events organized throughout the state

  • Extracurricular learning opportunities funded through the academic enrichment process

  • Laptop for each student and iPad for each family


Review the linked documents and the blue box of Frequently Asked Questions below to understand how our program looks in action.

High School Course Guide: Click HERE


High School Seminar Schedule: Click HERE

BVA High School Profile Page: Download HERE

*denotes NCAA approves courses

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