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  • Virtual Learning Academy Charter School will abide by the student privacy guidelines set forth by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The following persons have access to student records:
  • VLACS Board of Trustee members
  • President and CEO. administrative team, and professional staff of the school (instructors, guidance counselor, the General Counsel)
  • Appropriate administrative support staff members and other professionals who have a legitimate educational or legal interest in student records as designated by the CEO.

Virtual Learning Academy Charter School provides an academic transcript to the student's primary school of record upon completion of the online course(s), or upon any request of the primary school and/or student's legal guardian.

In accordance with state and federal privacy laws, students who attain the age of 18 may transfer certain rights related to their academic records. To learn more about this please contact your guidance counselor.

Some schools assign a lab facilitator to help students who use school labs to access VLACS courses. Facilitators will have access to students' online work. Facilitators will not have access to students' demographics.

No member of the VLACS staff is authorized to release student information without the written permission of the student's legal guardian or without approval of the VLACS CEO.

Names, images, and/or course work of VLACS students will not be published in print, video/film, or on our website without written student and guardian consent.

All VLACS students are provided a unique password to access online courses. It is the student's responsibility to keep his/her password in confidence.

Statistical Information: We use a web statistics tracking application to track visitors to our site, but this data does not include any personally identifying information such as name or email address. Individual identifying information is not provided to any other party without your consent, or as otherwise required by law. However, aggregated and anonymous data about groups of members may be collected and shared with participating agencies and/or companies. An example of such information might include, "X% of visitors come to our site between the hours of 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. "

Security Information: All the data you provide to us is protected to ensure both the privacy and security of your data. We use state-of-the art technology to keep your personal information as secure as possible to ensure that no one will be able to tamper with, intercept or access your data. Remember to keep your account information private and secure; do not share your password with anyone!

Cookies: We may, from time to time, use cookies when you log in to your account. These cookies allow us to remember you when you visit our site. Although one cookie would reside on your computer so that we can recognize you each time you visit our site, any session specific cookies will expire once you shut down your browser.

Thank you for your interest in VLACS! You have over 100 courses to choose from and as a New Hampshire resident, it is no charge. Click here to view our Course Catalog. You may be thinking about taking an online course for many reasons. Here are what some of our students are saying:

  • The 24/7 availability allows me to balance my extracurricular activities.
  • I graduated high school earlier by completing an extra online classes.
  • I could take a course that was not offered at my school.
  • My school didn't offer the class this term and I needed to take it.
  • I had to repeat a class and understood it a lot better online because the instructor was just teaching to me.
  • Other students slow me down and I'm a fast learner. I love learning online.
“I chose VLACS because it helped me accelerate my student career.”

traditional schoolOur part-time students are also enrolled in traditional schools, home educated, private schools or study through an alternative program.

Part-time students can be active in no more than four classes at one time, and may not take more than six credits between July 1 and June 30 of any year. You need to meet with your school's guidance counselor to ensure the selected VLACS courses will meet their school's graduation requirements. If you are interested in being a full time student at VLACS, click here.

In addition, students who wish to enroll in a VLACS course must meet these requirements:

  • Be a New Hampshire resident to qualify for free tuition;
  • Have not earned a high school diploma;
  • Not been expelled from a school or diploma granting program;
  • Successfully complete the enrollment process;
  • Complete all coursework prior to their 21st birthday;

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Thank you for your interest in studying full time at VLACS! Join the many New Hampshire graduates who achieved their high school diploma the 21st century way – through a personalized, on-line education.

Here are various reasons why students chose VLACS to earn their diplomas:

  • The Academy's flexible, 24/7 availability allowed me to practice dance four hours a day and pursue an education
  • The traditional, brick-and-mortar school wasn't for me
  • As a NCCA-approved school, studying through VLACS allowed me to attend a tennis camp in another state and compete professionally
  • I graduated high school earlier by completing an extra online classes
“VLACS helped me to excel at what I do. It’s helped me to learn by myself as opposed to leaning on other people to help me.”

graduation smallVLACS graduates comment that online classes better prepare them for college studies. It also requires more effort, greater self-discipline and motivation.

To complete the admissions process for a full time student, prospective students are required to:

  • Complete an admissions application
  • Participate in a group information session (student/parent)
  • Participate in an interview with an admission counselor (student/parent)
  • Transfer academic records to VLACS

During the admissions process, students need to remain in their current school program until notified by the VLACS admissions office regarding an admission decision. Admitted students will be pursuing a VLACS diploma that meets New Hampshire requirements for high school graduation. Please note full-time students must earn at least five credits per year, and also meet requirements for community service and portfolio development. During this process, the student will be in regular contact with an assigned advisor.

In addition, a prospective full-time VLACS student must meet these requirements:

  • Be a New Hampshire resident to qualify for free tuition;
  • Have not earned a high school diploma;
  • Not been expelled from a school or diploma granting program;
  • Successfully complete the admissions application including the submission of school transcripts;
  • Complete one or more half credit segments of a high school English, math, social studies or science course with a grade of 70% or better as a part-time student before becoming eligible for full-time status;
  • Receive a recommendation for acceptance from the VLACS admissions team;
  • Complete all coursework prior to his or her 21st birthday;

Contact Us with any questions you may have

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Transcripts
Admissions FAQ's

Thank you for your interest in studying full time at VLACS! Join the many New Hampshire graduates who achieved their high school diploma the 21st century way – through a personalized, on-line education.

Here are various reasons why students chose VLACS to earn their diplomas:

  • The Academy's flexible, 24/7 availability allowed me to practice dance five hours a day and pursue an education
  • The traditional, brick-and-mortar school wasn't for me
  • As a NCCA-approved school, studying through VLACS allowed me to attend a tennis camp in another state and compete professionally
  • I graduated high school earlier by completing an extra online classes
VLACS helped me to excel at what I do. It’s helped me to learn by myself as opposed to leaning on other people to help me.”

graduation smallVLACS graduates comment that online classes better prepare them for college studies. It also requires more effort, greater self-discipline and motivation.

Eligibility

  • Have not earned a high school diploma;
  • Be able to pay non-resident tuition in full upon admission;
  • Complete all coursework prior to his or her 21st birthday
  • Not been expelled from a school or diploma granting program;

To complete the admissions process for a full time student, prospective students are required to: 

  • Complete an admissions application;
  • Participate in the student/parent interviews;
  • Receive a recommendation for acceptance from the VLACS admissions team;
  • Transfer academic records to VLACS
  • Complete one or more half credit segments of a high school English, math, social studies or science course with a grade of 70% or better as a part-time student before becoming eligible for full-time status;

Please note, there is a tuition fee for non-resident students who wish to enroll at VLACS. For more information about the fee, please call our office at (603) 778-2500.

During the admissions process, students need to remain in their current school program until notified by the VLACS admissions office regarding an admission decision. Please note full-time students must earn at least five credits per year, and also meet requirements for community service and portfolio development. During this process, the student will be in regular contact with an assigned advisor.

Contact Us with any questions you may have

Links

Download Application
Register Now
Transcripts
Admissions FAQ's

Thank you for your interest in taking part time courses at VLACS! You have over 100 courses to choose from. Click here to view our Course Catalog. You may be thinking about taking an online course for many reasons. Here are what some of our students are saying:

  • The 24/7 availability allows me to balance my extracurricular activities.
  • I graduated high school earlier by completing an extra online classes.
  • I could take a course that was not offered at my school.
  • My school didn't offer the class this term and I needed to take it.
  • I had to repeat a class and understood it a lot better online because the instructor was just teaching to me.
  • Other students slow me down and I'm a fast learner. I love learning online.
“I chose VLACS because it helped me accelerate my student career.”

Non-resident, part-time students can be active in no more than four classes at one time, and may not take more than six credits between July 1 and June 30 of any year. We strongly recommend any student who wishes to enroll in a VLACS course consult with his or her school's guidance counselor to ensure the selected VLACS courses will meet the school's graduation requirements.

Prospective non-resident students must meet these requirements:

  • Have not earned a high school diploma;
  • Not been expelled from a school or diploma granting program;
  • Successfully complete the enrollment process;
  • Complete all coursework prior to their 21st birthday,

There is a tuition fee for non-resident students who wish to enroll at VLACS. The Virtual Learning Academy must give preference to New Hampshire students. We will place non-residents in classes if space is available. Non-residents will be charged a non-refundable registration fee of $30. Tuition is $920 for a full credit and $460 for a half credit. Students will be activated once payment is received. Send checks to the Admissions Office, VLACS, 30 Linden St. Exeter, NH 03833. You may receive a refund of 75% within 14 days withdrawal or 50% within 28 days. There is no refund beyond 28 days.

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