Virtual Learning at North Hills

Virtual Learning at North Hills


NHSD will be ending its relationship with Acceleration Education following the 2020-21 school year. For the 2021-22 school year and moving forward, all virtual learning classes for grades K-12 will be taught by North Hills teachers using the district's curriculum.

Students in grades 6-12 will have the option to select virtual courses as they register for their 2021-22 classes.

An intent form is posted below for students in grades K-5 who are interested in virtual learning next school year.

As with all courses, offerings will be based on student interest and some courses may not be offered in the virtual setting. If a course is not offered virtually, students will have the option to attend in-person for that specific course.

2021-22 Enrollment

Enrollment for the 2021-22 school year is not yet open.

If you are interested in having your elementary student participate in virtual learning next year, please complete this intent form no later than May 1. This form is for grades K-5 ONLY.


Frequently asked questions about Virtual Learning can be found here.

About Virtual Learning

Any student can choose to enroll in Virtual learning at North Hills and enrollment can be full-time or part-time.

Virtual learning students who reside in the North Hills School District enjoy access to the same resources as traditional students. They may attend athletic and social events, compete in athletics, and participate in the more than 50 clubs and activities offered at the middle and high schools.

Virtual learning students graduate from North Hills as traditional students, participate in commencement and receive a North Hills School District diploma. Virtual learning students must meet the same graduation requirements as students who attend the district’s brick-and-mortar schools. Complete graduation requirements can be found in the high school student handbook.

Students interested in enrolling in Virtual learning at North Hills should schedule an appointment with their school counselor to determine if online learning is right for you. Questions can also be directed to Assistant Superintendent Dr. Beth Williams or Jill Brooks, the district's K-12 online curriculum leader.

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