Online Learning

The goal of online learning in New Hanover County Schools is to expand opportunities for students. Middle and high schools now have options to select from over 150 online courses to help them individualize pathways for students. All online courses are free to students.

Through locally taught NCVPS online courses, students have access to on-level, honors, Advanced Placement (AP), Occupational Course of Study (OCS) and credit recovery courses in a variety of content areas.

NCSSM provides distance learning opportunities for high school students to access advanced courses in the STEM and humanities related content areas.

Sarah Gubitz

Supervisor of Online Learning

(910) 254-4235

ADVISEMENT FOR STUDENT ATHLETES: The NCAA has very strict guidelines regarding credit for courses taken online. Some online courses may not be approved by the NCAA. Before enrolling in any online class, be sure to consult with your high school’s athletic director and your guidance counselor to determine if the online course that you are considering is approved for credit by the NCAA.

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Online Learning School Contacts

By virtue of the online course delivery method, students are able to log into their courses anywhere at anytime, interact with North Carolina certified teachers and teacher assistants, and collaborate with classmates from across the state. Both middle school content courses and high school content courses are available through NCVPS.

For more information, contact your school's NCVPS E-Learning Advisor or Virtual Academy Coordinator.

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**The Virtual Academy Coordinators are not connected to the NHCS Virtual Academy. They monitor students using our online programming, established before the pandemic. If you have questions about the Virtual Academy, please contact your school's principal.
Online Learning Support Staff