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FAQs

Can I enroll my student in INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL if we live outside of the United States?

Yes!!! No matter where you live around the world, we are thrilled to have you as a part of International Virtual.

Do you accept transcripts from foreign countries?

Yes, please follow these guidelines:

During the registration process, a student /agent should upload copies of the transcripts immediately into our system using the easy to use “document upload” button in the application so that we can begin providing immediate feedback and correct placement into the best classes and programs to meet your needs. Original documents/or certified copies can then be forwarded per instructions below.

Mail certified copies of all your documents to convert your transcripts into U.S. educational system credits. The evaluation process will begin when the transcripts and the fee of $150 are received by Virtual Schools of Excellence. Evaluation of foreign/international transcripts can take up to 15 business days depending on the complexity and research required.

What are admission requirements International Students to attend Virtual Schools of Excellence in the Dual Diploma Program taking US High School Diploma courses?

Regardless of grade level, students must have a working knowledge of the English language. If available, please provide IELTS or TOEFL scores. If the student is unsure of their English capabilities, or has not previously taken an English language Placement Test, we offer an English Language Placement exam as a part of our program.

Students who want to study US High School Diploma courses must have completed the equivalent of the US eighth grade as evidenced by a school transcript, a homeschooling portfolio, or standardized test scores indicating at or above eighth grade level performance in all subject areas

Does Virtual Schools of Excellence have an age limit?

The Virtual Schools of Excellence Dual Diploma Program is open students of all ages. Students of different age groups can study corresponding levels of courses in line with their capability. The grades range from Kindergarten to Senior Level AP courses.

Will previously earned credits transfer to Virtual Schools of Excellence in the Dual Diploma Program?

Yes, however, credits earned from another school or organization must go through our transcript authentication process. In order for students to receive the Accredited High School Diploma from Virtual Schools of Excellence, they must complete a minimum of 25% of their course work through our program.

What is your deadline for enrollment?

Virtual Schools of Excellence has “rolling enrollment” meaning that as a student you may enroll whenever you like by phone, or on the web at www.myvsoe.com

Students should complete their coursework and follow the pacing guide in each course so that they complete in a timely manner. Each student has a maximum of one year from the day they enroll and begin a class to complete their work. If they do not complete the work during this time period, they will receive a grade of I (Incomplete) or W (Withdrawn). For a period of 30 days, students will have the option to reopen the class, after which period, the course will close and the student grade will be calculated based on work done at that time.

When will I be able to start if I enroll today?

You can begin your online orientation as soon as you receive access to our system. However, our counselors and Student Success Specialists may need to reach out to you to make adjustments to your course requests based upon results of Language Placement Testing, etc. Our goal is to ensure your success in our programs as you prepare for Higher Education programs and careers in the USA .

How do I choose a pathway?

Upon registration into the program, please notify Virtual Schools of Excellence of the specific pathway in which you would like to be placed. Our advice is to choose an elective course that you think relates directly to the program of study or career you would like to prepare for in college. You may be interested in a wide variety of courses, so choose an elective that you would enjoy!

If I do not live in the USA, how do I earn an American High School Diploma?

Upon registration into the program, please notify Virtual Schools of Excellence of the specific pathway in which you would like to be placed. Our advice is to choose an elective course that you think relates directly to the program of study or career you would like to prepare for in college. You may be interested in a wide variety of courses, so choose an elective that you would enjoy!

What courses does Virtual Schools of Excellence in the US Dual Diploma Pathways Program offer?

As part of your Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program you are able to access a wide variety of elective and career preparatory courses in addition to the core English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies that are listed in your plan of study. You can access the entire plan of study through the Student Information System.

How long does the program take?

Depending on the grade level of the student, each 6 credit year long program usually takes a full academic year to complete, however, so students accelerate, while others who are working on a dual diploma program may extend the length of the program.

Will the SAT still be needed to get into American Universities?

American universities function completely on their own, and all schools have their own set up standards, competencies, and requirements. Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program will work with you to navigate the admissions process for the colleges and Universities of your choice. We want all our students to maximize their capabilities and achieve their goals, and this includes helping students get into the university of their choice.

In many cases, Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program has articulation agreements with top US Universities and Colleges, meaning that completion of our Diploma Program and meeting other criteria set by the college, can lead to direct placement in the college as a freshman student. In some of these cases, a TOEFL score or an ACT/SAT score may not be needed. Please work with your Student Success Specialist regarding specific college information.

Will International Students still be required to have a TOEFL or English Language Certification?

American universities function completely on their own, and all schools have their own set up standards, competencies, and requirements. Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program will work with your student to navigate the admissions process. In many cases, Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program has articulation agreements with top US Universities and Colleges, meaning that completion of our Diploma Program and meeting other criteria set by the college, can lead to direct placement in the college as a freshman student. In some of these cases, a TOEFL score may not be needed, or a TOEFL equivalency score from the WIDA/CEFR testing certification provided by Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program will replace the need for a TOEFL score. Please work with your Student Success Specialist regarding specific college information.

How many hours are required for each course?

No course is the same however, we recommend spending at least an hour a day per week to keep yourself on pace to complete the course, during the semester. For example, if you are studying 6 courses at the same time, you need to spend 6 hours a day to keep yourself on pace to complete the 6 courses. The minimum required time spent in any semester course is 45 hours or 15 days, although the majority of students complete a single semester course within 8-12 weeks, or three months. All courses allow students to work at their own pace, to read ahead and to complete assignments, while engaging with the teacher and other students in live online class meetings.

Will international students have to come to the United States?

No, international students are not required to come to the United States at any point in time. However, we do host a complete graduation ceremony and we invite all graduates to come and attend. It is graduates’ own choices whether or not to attend the ceremony. For graduates who are not able to attend in person, we will mail the cap, gown, diploma, and where applicable, the honor cords, to your local education agent to host an in-country ceremony and photo opportunity for the families.

Can students enroll in Virtual Schools of Excellence US Dual Diploma Pathways Program while they are currently enrolled in another school?

Yes, many students will be full time students in their own country while completing the courses to obtain their American High School Diploma.

Will I receive a unique identifier as part of this program?

Yes, all students are assigned a student identification number by the student information system.

All parents, facilitators, or other adults who are associated with the student will also receive a unique login to access their student’s information as needed. All data is securely stored, and records are only provided through secure access.

Is Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program Accredited?

Yes, Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program is accredited through, the AdvanceED global network of over 32,000 schools. It has been awarded accreditation by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, the Northwest Accreditation Commission and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement. Our USDOE Accreditation Number is: A1701274.

Is Virtual Schools of Excellence Approved by the NCAA?

Virtual Schools of Excellence  is NCAA Approved Curriculum. School Code 102805.

If my child receives a diploma from Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program, will he/ she be accepted to a college or university?

Virtual Schools of Excellence demonstrates a vast record of student success. Graduates of Virtual Schools of Excellence high school program have been accepted to over 150 universities including Harvard, MIT, and Cal Poly; as well as many state universities like the University of North Carolina, Virginia, Texas, and Florida.

If I choose Virtual Schools of Excellence, will my student be able to maintain social contact?

Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program is a thriving and fully functional online community of teachers, administrators, and students. This community not only makes this communication possible, but encourages it through live classroom meetings, emails, discussion boards, and chats.

How does Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program work with students who have special needs?

Courses through Virtual Schools of Excellence are not timed and do not require specific times to login. Assessments do not require them to be done during specific hours. These pacing options allow students with special accommodations to participate in a low stress environment. Of course, you should always inform your Student Support Specialist of any special needs so that we can work with your academic team to ensure your success in your program

How active should a parent expect to be?

All students are different, and there is a learning curve with all new things, so each parent will determine how much support they need to provide their student. Every parent or guardian has a personal parent login to the parent portal you can follow their student’s progress, communicate with our teachers, and receive direct support.

However, our instructors and training’s attempt to make this transition as easy as possible for both parent and students. Our instructors do their very best to help families maximize their potential as students.

Does Virtual Schools of Excellence offer support for families?

Yes, all students receive a plan of study upon entrance into Virtual Schools of Excellence. This plan of study is a pathway towards completion of your diploma.  It guides students on what courses are necessary to complete the year successfully.

Parents have access to the Student Information System at all times. They are able to see progress on everything the student has completed up until that point.

What is a Student Information System?

A Student Information System can best be described as the “main school office on the computer” , or the place you go to for all the information you need about your child’s progress, to schedule meetings with the staff, and to get transcripts, etc. Students start in Student Information System by creating an application. They are then accepted and placed into courses. In Student Information System students and guardians can access all student records, grades, information, email instructors, request transcripts, request new courses, submit a support ticket, and many other things. Student Information System has a full student tutorial in the Help Videos section as well.

How do I find my students grades?

Once you log in to our system as a parent and click on your “guardian account” you can view grades by clicking on the “grades” tab inside Student Information System

How much time should my student spend in the course?

Courses are designed to last between 45-90 hours. This roughly works out to an hour a day or 5 hours a week for 16 weeks. All classes are different and may require more or less time depending on individual student capabilities.

Courses are designed to last between 45-90 hours. This roughly works out to an hour a day or 5 hours a week for 16 weeks. Each course needs a student study an hour a day. Normally a full-time student takes 4 courses at the same period. So usually a full-time student needs to spend 4 hours a day to study those 4 courses. All courses are different and may require more or less time depending on individual student capabilities.)

Am I able to get access to a demo of courses?

Demos are always available so please use the request button and we will provide access to you.

Are Virtual Schools of Excellence Teachers certified?

All Virtual Schools of Excellence teachers are highly qualified subject matter experts who are certified in the field they teach, or have a Master’s degree in field.

Where can I learn more about the courses?

Our course catalog and curriculum page provides a course description for all courses, but we are always happy to talk to you about our classes.

How are courses taught?

Courses are taught in variety of different methods. Courses can be taught live, at your own pace, blended, in a hybrid model and students have the option and ability to customize their learning. Each course includes access to live teachers, Socratic webinars, tutors and teacher online office hours.

How are students assessed in their courses?

Students receive a variety of assessments throughout their courses. Courses contain summative and formative assessments, as well as project-based learning. Standard assessments include essays, projects, fill in the blank, multiple choice, and true false type questions.

Can students retake tests in case of failure?

Students do have the ability to retake assessments in content after a relearning or reteaching exercise with instructors.

There are no associated national exams or tests for completion of the program. There are tests and other assessments throughout each course, but no “high stakes” exams.

How many credits is a class worth?

High School courses are all worth a half credit, some courses like core courses such as Algebra 1, are broken into two halves an A semester and a B semester

Do you offer Credit Recovery, Honors Courses, AP Courses, Adult Education, or ESL courses?

Yes, we do.

What if I do not pass the TOEFL or English Placement Exam?

There is no level of failure on the exam. If the student does not score high enough to test into regular courses, the student may begin ESL courses at the A1, Basic English or A2, Early English levels and can take those courses to raise your score, and when you are ready for high school level work in English, you may add courses to your schedule.

Can those students who have completed Virtual Schools of Excellence career and technology courses apply for jobs offered by American companies?

Yes, these credentials are internationally recognized, not just for American companies

Are those primary school courses available for pupils in mainland China now?

Yes, we offer a full suite of K-12 grade courses and programs.

Are Chinese students who have earned VSOE US High School Diploma equally treated comparing with those students who are US citizens in terms of Common Application?

Yes, our Diploma is issued from a  fully accredited school and the students are accorded the same rights and opportunities as those from any other accredited school.

Training's provided by VSOE to on-site tutors in a school or tuition centre or learning centre in mainland China are free of charge, isn't it?

Correct, we want to ensure our students are successful so anyone in centers supporting our virtual students would be trained by us on how to do so.

However, if a school wanted to provide online instruction for their staff, we do provide courses for adults or educators in addition to the K-12 students. These enrollments and training courses are paid for by the school, or by the adult taking the courses.

If a student hasn't earned enough credits in the first year, which results in that he or she is not able to obtain the US High School Diploma. Can he or she continue to study in the second year? what is fee standard for this scenario?

We generally charge $100 per course to reopen the class after the year for the student, Dan will need to discuss further with us.

If there is a contract (terms and conditions) between I Virtual Schools of Excellence and students or students’ representatives, where can a student or a family get it? Is it placed on Virtual Schools of Excellence website?

Yes, we can certainly post on website, good idea. We do have the terms of use, non-discrimination policies, teacher requirements and other information there so it will be good to include all of that information in one place.

Admissions

Can I enroll my student in INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL if we live outside of the United States?

Yes!!! No matter where you live around the world, we are thrilled to have you as a part of International Virtual.

Do you accept transcripts from foreign countries?

Yes, please follow these guidelines:

During the registration process, a student /agent should upload copies of the transcripts immediately into our system using the easy to use “document upload” button in the application so that we can begin providing immediate feedback and correct placement into the best classes and programs to meet your needs. Original documents/or certified copies can then be forwarded per instructions below.

Mail certified copies of all your documents to convert your transcripts into U.S. educational system credits. The evaluation process will begin when the transcripts and the fee of $150 are received by Virtual Schools of Excellence. Evaluation of foreign/international transcripts can take up to 15 business days depending on the complexity and research required.

What are admission requirements International Students to attend Virtual Schools of Excellence in the Dual Diploma Program taking US High School Diploma courses?

Regardless of grade level, students must have a working knowledge of the English language. If available, please provide IELTS or TOEFL scores. If the student is unsure of their English capabilities, or has not previously taken an English language Placement Test, we offer an English Language Placement exam as a part of our program.

Students who want to study US High School Diploma courses must have completed the equivalent of the US eighth grade as evidenced by a school transcript, a homeschooling portfolio, or standardized test scores indicating at or above eighth grade level performance in all subject areas

Does Virtual Schools of Excellence have an age limit?

The Virtual Schools of Excellence Dual Diploma Program is open students of all ages. Students of different age groups can study corresponding levels of courses in line with their capability. The grades range from Kindergarten to Senior Level AP courses.

Will previously earned credits transfer to Virtual Schools of Excellence in the Dual Diploma Program?

Yes, however, credits earned from another school or organization must go through our transcript authentication process. In order for students to receive the Accredited High School Diploma from Virtual Schools of Excellence, they must complete a minimum of 25% of their course work through our program.

What is your deadline for enrollment?

Virtual Schools of Excellence has “rolling enrollment” meaning that as a student you may enroll whenever you like by phone, or on the web at www.myvsoe.com

Students should complete their coursework and follow the pacing guide in each course so that they complete in a timely manner. Each student has a maximum of one year from the day they enroll and begin a class to complete their work. If they do not complete the work during this time period, they will receive a grade of I (Incomplete) or W (Withdrawn). For a period of 30 days, students will have the option to reopen the class, after which period, the course will close and the student grade will be calculated based on work done at that time.

When will I be able to start if I enroll today?

You can begin your online orientation as soon as you receive access to our system. However, our counselors and Student Success Specialists may need to reach out to you to make adjustments to your course requests based upon results of Language Placement Testing, etc. Our goal is to ensure your success in our programs as you prepare for Higher Education programs and careers in the USA .

How do I choose a pathway?

Upon registration into the program, please notify Virtual Schools of Excellence of the specific pathway in which you would like to be placed. Our advice is to choose an elective course that you think relates directly to the program of study or career you would like to prepare for in college. You may be interested in a wide variety of courses, so choose an elective that you would enjoy!

If I do not live in the USA, how do I earn an American High School Diploma?

Upon registration into the program, please notify Virtual Schools of Excellence of the specific pathway in which you would like to be placed. Our advice is to choose an elective course that you think relates directly to the program of study or career you would like to prepare for in college. You may be interested in a wide variety of courses, so choose an elective that you would enjoy!

What courses does Virtual Schools of Excellence in the US Dual Diploma Pathways Program offer?

As part of your Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program you are able to access a wide variety of elective and career preparatory courses in addition to the core English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies that are listed in your plan of study. You can access the entire plan of study through the Student Information System.

How long does the program take?

Depending on the grade level of the student, each 6 credit year long program usually takes a full academic year to complete, however, so students accelerate, while others who are working on a dual diploma program may extend the length of the program.

Will the SAT still be needed to get into American Universities?

American universities function completely on their own, and all schools have their own set up standards, competencies, and requirements. Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program will work with you to navigate the admissions process for the colleges and Universities of your choice. We want all our students to maximize their capabilities and achieve their goals, and this includes helping students get into the university of their choice.

In many cases, Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program has articulation agreements with top US Universities and Colleges, meaning that completion of our Diploma Program and meeting other criteria set by the college, can lead to direct placement in the college as a freshman student. In some of these cases, a TOEFL score or an ACT/SAT score may not be needed. Please work with your Student Success Specialist regarding specific college information.

Will International Students still be required to have a TOEFL or English Language Certification?

American universities function completely on their own, and all schools have their own set up standards, competencies, and requirements. Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program will work with your student to navigate the admissions process. In many cases, Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program has articulation agreements with top US Universities and Colleges, meaning that completion of our Diploma Program and meeting other criteria set by the college, can lead to direct placement in the college as a freshman student. In some of these cases, a TOEFL score may not be needed, or a TOEFL equivalency score from the WIDA/CEFR testing certification provided by Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program will replace the need for a TOEFL score. Please work with your Student Success Specialist regarding specific college information.

How many hours are required for each course?

No course is the same however, we recommend spending at least an hour a day per week to keep yourself on pace to complete the course, during the semester. For example, if you are studying 6 courses at the same time, you need to spend 6 hours a day to keep yourself on pace to complete the 6 courses. The minimum required time spent in any semester course is 45 hours or 15 days, although the majority of students complete a single semester course within 8-12 weeks, or three months. All courses allow students to work at their own pace, to read ahead and to complete assignments, while engaging with the teacher and other students in live online class meetings.

Will international students have to come to the United States?

No, international students are not required to come to the United States at any point in time. However, we do host a complete graduation ceremony and we invite all graduates to come and attend. It is graduates’ own choices whether or not to attend the ceremony. For graduates who are not able to attend in person, we will mail the cap, gown, diploma, and where applicable, the honor cords, to your local education agent to host an in-country ceremony and photo opportunity for the families.

Can students enroll in Virtual Schools of Excellence US Dual Diploma Pathways Program while they are currently enrolled in another school?

Yes, many students will be full time students in their own country while completing the courses to obtain their American High School Diploma.

Will I receive a unique identifier as part of this program?

Yes, all students are assigned a student identification number by the student information system.

All parents, facilitators, or other adults who are associated with the student will also receive a unique login to access their student’s information as needed. All data is securely stored, and records are only provided through secure access.

Program Overview

Is Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program Accredited?

Yes, Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program is accredited through, the AdvanceED global network of over 32,000 schools. It has been awarded accreditation by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, the Northwest Accreditation Commission and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement. Our USDOE Accreditation Number is: A1701274.

Is Virtual Schools of Excellence Approved by the NCAA?

Virtual Schools of Excellence  is NCAA Approved Curriculum. School Code 102805.

If my child receives a diploma from Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program, will he/ she be accepted to a college or university?

Virtual Schools of Excellence demonstrates a vast record of student success. Graduates of Virtual Schools of Excellence high school program have been accepted to over 150 universities including Harvard, MIT, and Cal Poly; as well as many state universities like the University of North Carolina, Virginia, Texas, and Florida.

If I choose Virtual Schools of Excellence, will my student be able to maintain social contact?

Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program is a thriving and fully functional online community of teachers, administrators, and students. This community not only makes this communication possible, but encourages it through live classroom meetings, emails, discussion boards, and chats.

How does Virtual Schools of Excellence US Diploma Pathways Program work with students who have special needs?

Courses through Virtual Schools of Excellence are not timed and do not require specific times to login. Assessments do not require them to be done during specific hours. These pacing options allow students with special accommodations to participate in a low stress environment. Of course, you should always inform your Student Support Specialist of any special needs so that we can work with your academic team to ensure your success in your program

Parent / Guardian Support

How active should a parent expect to be?

All students are different, and there is a learning curve with all new things, so each parent will determine how much support they need to provide their student. Every parent or guardian has a personal parent login to the parent portal you can follow their student’s progress, communicate with our teachers, and receive direct support.

However, our instructors and training’s attempt to make this transition as easy as possible for both parent and students. Our instructors do their very best to help families maximize their potential as students.

Does Virtual Schools of Excellence offer support for families?

Yes, all students receive a plan of study upon entrance into Virtual Schools of Excellence. This plan of study is a pathway towards completion of your diploma.  It guides students on what courses are necessary to complete the year successfully.

Parents have access to the Student Information System at all times. They are able to see progress on everything the student has completed up until that point.

What is a Student Information System?

A Student Information System can best be described as the “main school office on the computer” , or the place you go to for all the information you need about your child’s progress, to schedule meetings with the staff, and to get transcripts, etc. Students start in Student Information System by creating an application. They are then accepted and placed into courses. In Student Information System students and guardians can access all student records, grades, information, email instructors, request transcripts, request new courses, submit a support ticket, and many other things. Student Information System has a full student tutorial in the Help Videos section as well.

How do I find my students grades?

Once you log in to our system as a parent and click on your “guardian account” you can view grades by clicking on the “grades” tab inside Student Information System

How much time should my student spend in the course?

Courses are designed to last between 45-90 hours. This roughly works out to an hour a day or 5 hours a week for 16 weeks. All classes are different and may require more or less time depending on individual student capabilities.

Courses are designed to last between 45-90 hours. This roughly works out to an hour a day or 5 hours a week for 16 weeks. Each course needs a student study an hour a day. Normally a full-time student takes 4 courses at the same period. So usually a full-time student needs to spend 4 hours a day to study those 4 courses. All courses are different and may require more or less time depending on individual student capabilities.)

Curriculum

Am I able to get access to a demo of courses?

Demos are always available so please use the request button and we will provide access to you.

Are Virtual Schools of Excellence Teachers certified?

All Virtual Schools of Excellence teachers are highly qualified subject matter experts who are certified in the field they teach, or have a Master’s degree in field.

Where can I learn more about the courses?

Our course catalog and curriculum page provides a course description for all courses, but we are always happy to talk to you about our classes.

How are courses taught?

Courses are taught in variety of different methods. Courses can be taught live, at your own pace, blended, in a hybrid model and students have the option and ability to customize their learning. Each course includes access to live teachers, Socratic webinars, tutors and teacher online office hours.

How are students assessed in their courses?

Students receive a variety of assessments throughout their courses. Courses contain summative and formative assessments, as well as project-based learning. Standard assessments include essays, projects, fill in the blank, multiple choice, and true false type questions.

Can students retake tests in case of failure?

Students do have the ability to retake assessments in content after a relearning or reteaching exercise with instructors.

There are no associated national exams or tests for completion of the program. There are tests and other assessments throughout each course, but no “high stakes” exams.

How many credits is a class worth?

High School courses are all worth a half credit, some courses like core courses such as Algebra 1, are broken into two halves an A semester and a B semester

Do you offer Credit Recovery, Honors Courses, AP Courses, Adult Education, or ESL courses?

Yes, we do.

What if I do not pass the TOEFL or English Placement Exam?

There is no level of failure on the exam. If the student does not score high enough to test into regular courses, the student may begin ESL courses at the A1, Basic English or A2, Early English levels and can take those courses to raise your score, and when you are ready for high school level work in English, you may add courses to your schedule.

Can those students who have completed Virtual Schools of Excellence career and technology courses apply for jobs offered by American companies?

Yes, these credentials are internationally recognized, not just for American companies

Are those primary school courses available for pupils in mainland China now?

Yes, we offer a full suite of K-12 grade courses and programs.

Are Chinese students who have earned VSOE US High School Diploma equally treated comparing with those students who are US citizens in terms of Common Application?

Yes, our Diploma is issued from a  fully accredited school and the students are accorded the same rights and opportunities as those from any other accredited school.

Training's provided by VSOE to on-site tutors in a school or tuition centre or learning centre in mainland China are free of charge, isn't it?

Correct, we want to ensure our students are successful so anyone in centers supporting our virtual students would be trained by us on how to do so.

However, if a school wanted to provide online instruction for their staff, we do provide courses for adults or educators in addition to the K-12 students. These enrollments and training courses are paid for by the school, or by the adult taking the courses.

If a student hasn't earned enough credits in the first year, which results in that he or she is not able to obtain the US High School Diploma. Can he or she continue to study in the second year? what is fee standard for this scenario?

We generally charge $100 per course to reopen the class after the year for the student, Dan will need to discuss further with us.

If there is a contract (terms and conditions) between I Virtual Schools of Excellence and students or students’ representatives, where can a student or a family get it? Is it placed on Virtual Schools of Excellence website?

Yes, we can certainly post on website, good idea. We do have the terms of use, non-discrimination policies, teacher requirements and other information there so it will be good to include all of that information in one place.