The Virtual High School program provides an opportunity for qualified students to take courses on-line through an educational consortium based in Massachusetts
and endorsed by the United States Department of Education.
The curriculum of the Virtual High School program includes specialized courses that the school would not typically be able to provide, either because there
was no teacher with the specialized background to teach it, or because enrollment for the course would be too small to justify the offering.
Students participating in the Virtual High School take their on-line classes during a regular class period on specially designated computers in the Media Center.
Course offerings are available at the accelerated, honors and advanced placement levels.
Students may not take a course that is offered as a regular class at St. Joseph Regional High School on-line. Additionally, the school reserves the right to approve student course selections from among the many course offerings available through the Virtual High School consortium.