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2016-2017 Middle School Course of Study - Complete File
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What to Expect in Middle School
Immunization Information
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Magnet Information/Themed Middle Schools
1:1 Computing Initiative Information
NCVPS and Online Courses
Athletics/Athletic Eligibility
High School Credit in Middle School
Middle School Core Classes
Core includes English/Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies
Middle School Electives
Offerings and availability differ from school to school.
Testing Information
What to Expect in High School

North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS)

NCVPS provides courses that students are unable to take at their local school and those that augment a student’s local school’s program of study. Students are prohibited from enrolling in an NCVPS class if the course is offered on their campus in a traditional environment. All courses will be taught by a certified teacher in North Carolina. NCVPS will award final credit. That credit will be transferred back to the school for placement on the student’s transcript. For more information please visit the NCVPS website www.ncvps.org

To be successful taking an online course, students must have good reading and comprehension skills, solid communication skills, excellent time management skills, and be independent learners. NCVPS operates on a calendar that is different than the OCS calendar. Students will be required to login and complete work prior to the start of school, during workdays, holidays and extended breaks (spring break).

If you are interested in this opportunity for your student, please contact a school counselor for enrollment policies and procedures. Administrative approval is required prior to enrollment in NCVPS courses. Also due to budget restraints, parents may be required to purchase supplies and textbooks if required by NCVPS.

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