The York County School Division, as a part of its academic program, offers engaging and interactive online courses through the Virtual Learning Program. Virtual students engage in curriculum that blends online and offline learning experiences. Students enrolled in virtual learning courses may access their coursework through the World Wide Web. With over 75 course offerings, students participate and communicate with highly qualified teachers in a variety of subjects. The Virtual Learning Program moves students beyond the walls of the traditional classroom and provides students an opportunity to experience new technologies and expand their skills for the 21st century.
The York County School Division YCSD Virtual Learning Program is in its 7th year offering high quality online courses and experienced staff. Students demonstrate mastery of the content as they gain 21st century skills with real world experiences. VHS has been recognized state-wide as a unique provider of virtual instruction.
The mission of the York County School Division is to engage all students in learning the skills and knowledge needed to make productive contributions in the world.
The YCSD Virtual Learning Program is managed and funded under the Policies, Superintendent's Regulations, and procedures established by the School Board. As chief executive officer, the superintendent is entrusted with full authority for the administrative management of the school division according to School Board policies, state laws, federal laws, federal regulations and State Board of Education regulations.