Provost Academy the #MyUnVirtualSchool

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Provost Academy. All opinions are 100% mine.

I am always on the hunt for ways to improve our kid’s education. I also know that as they get older they are going to want to have more social interaction with other kids their own age. I want them to have the chance to make friends and still gain an education. I do strive to give them that. However, they don’t really get it while doing school work. When I got the chance to share about Provost Academy I became really excited to find out they offer free public school online right here in SC.

More about UnVirtual School

Provost Academy of South Carolina believes in the value of relationships as much as they believe in education. Considering I know the worth of being able to properly communicate with all walks of life, this is a very important to me. The students connect with peers, mentors, and have many other opportunities to build those relationships. Provost Academy is filled with teachers who really care about their students as people instead of just another student on their roster. Students can grow and thrive from the comfort of their own homes, but yet have the ability to reach out to teachers, peers, and mentors to help them. The goal of Provost Academy is to become an UnVirtual Online School. They also have many clubs for students to join to help expand on their favorite interests and meet new friends.

#MyUnVirtualSchool Option Benefits Many

One of the things that I like about Provost Academy most is the fact that they offer flexibility. Students are able to learn at their pace. This makes it so that no child has to worry about what pace the other students are learning at. Students are able to also work around their other obligations they may have with this school. This is a great set up for someone who may have had something happen that may have made it so that following the traditional high school schedule is not an option. I know many adults who could have benefited from this program had it been available when they were younger. I have a few people in my life now that I want to shout to the roof tops for them to give My UnVirtual School Idea a try.
Provost Academy is an UnVirtual Online School that serves grades 9-12 in CO and SC. In Ohio, they serve 6-12 grade students. It is required that a student be 20 years of age or younger on the first day of class and they are required to complete 5-7 credits for the full school year. Yes, they do work with IEP students. If you’re student is typically an honors student, they do offer Advanced Placement (AP) or honors courses too. This school strives to meet the needs of all different types of students and situations.

Gain More Information

You can find out more information about Provost Academy of South Carolina by visiting their website. You can also connect with the SC location on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. If you are ready to enroll your kids in Provost Academy of South Carolina you can call them at 1-877-265-3195.

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I'm Crystal. I'm married to Dale, and mother to Johnny.Some might say that my life is perfect because I get to do all the cliché wife things like cooking, cleaning, and decorating - but there's more! I also have many hobbies including needlework (crochet), sewing, and reading. My son's education is important, so we homeschool him together.

18 comments on “Provost Academy the #MyUnVirtualSchool”

  1. I hate to say this, but sometimes the scariness of what is happening in schools makes me look for options like this, so I’m happy it’s available for me to learn more about.

  2. We have a lot of friends who use Florida Virtual School with their kids, though we never did. I am so happy there are options for educating our kids.

    • I wouldn’t trade being able to use virtual schools. However, getting everyone on board with understanding that I have to be in charge of their schedules is a whole different ball game.

  3. Our son is going to a private christian school, but we do have something similar as an option if this ever isn’t a feasible option for us.

    • I’m glad to hear you have a good private christian school to send him too. There are many days where I do wish I had that option. I’m scared to death to send them to a public school, but I wonder how long I’ll be able to continue to homeschool them lately.

    • Tell me about it. There are so many different programs and options it can actually become a bit overwhelming when you think about it. My kids right now have so many options on ways to enhance their learning it’s really pretty darn awesome.

  4. Provost Academy sounds like a great online school. And it is free?!

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  5. I absolutely love this!Great post. Pinned. It is so fun to party with you. Thank you. I hope to see you at our party on Monday at 7 pm.
    Happy Saturday! Lou Lou Girls


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