Leadership Development with NCVPS

Turning Today’s Students into Tomorrow’s Leaders In NCVPS’s Leadership Development course, students learn all of the skills and values associated with leadership. They will explore group dynamics, project planning, collaboration, and relationship skills. They will also investigate leadership qualities of present-day and historical leaders by identifying and analyzing leadership examples. This course has real-world applications, too….

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New Course: AP Art History

NCVPS is pleased to announce that it is offering a new Advanced Placement course: AP Art History! Advanced Placement Art History is a year-long course that requires a 90-minute daily class amount of time. Also, students need to spend time working at home a minimum of 30 minutes daily on the textbook readings, class discussions, assignments,…

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NCVPS Open House – August 11

The North Carolina Virtual Public School invites you to its 2016 Open House. When: Thursday, August 11, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Where: The event will be hosted in an NCVPS online classroom. Details will be sent following registration. Presenters: NCVPS staff and teachers. Topics: The presentation will include Who is NCVPS?, Teaching and Learning…

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Parent Observer Access to Student Courses

NCVPS is excited to announce that parents and guardians can now view their students progress in our Canvas courses. Observers have limited permissions that allow them to view what is happening in a course without interrupting the flow of daily course communication. To learn more about observing, view the Parent Registration and Student Observation video. Observers can: • View and…

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Cleveland County’s Teresa Heffelfinger Selected as NCVPS 2016 E-learning Advisor of the Year

(Raleigh, N.C., June 13, 2016) — The North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS) is pleased to announce that Teresa Heffelfinger has been selected as the 2016 NCVPS e-Learning Advisor of the Year. Her leadership and support at Shelby High School in Cleveland County Schools have been exemplary. Please join us in congratulating her. Heffelfinger has…

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Calculating NCVPS Final Exams

NCVPS calculates its teacher-created final exams AND final projects as 25% in its final grade but since NCVPS is a supplement to our public schools, each student’s district will make the final decision on how much the student’s exam will count in his or her final grade.  Therefore, students may see a difference in their final…

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