Students at California Virtual Academy @ San Diego (CAVA @ San Diego), an accredited, full-time online public charter school, will begin their school year on August 23, simply by turning on their computers. Combining innovative technology with a rigorous and engaging curriculum led by state-credentialed teachers. CAVA @ San Diego offers each student a personalized learning experience.
Students at California Virtual Academy @ San Diego head #backtoschool on August 23 – simply by turning on their computers! #onlinelearning #publicschoolathome
CAVA @ San Diego, which begins its 16th year of operation, is available to students in kindergarten through 12th grade who reside in Imperial, Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties.
CAVA @ San Diego is public school at home, which provides families and students an alternative to traditional brick-and-mortar education. Students enroll in online school for a wide variety of reasons, including advanced learning, a bullying-free environment and the ability to balance their education with extracurricular pursuits or medical needs.
“We are excited to welcome our students for the new school year at California Virtual Academies,” said April Warren, head of schools at the nine California Virtual Academies. “We are proud to provide a personalized education tailored to support each student’s unique needs and goals and put them on the path to success in school and beyond.”
Students in all grade levels take a full course load across the core subjects of English/language arts, math, science and history, as well as world languages, art, music and electives. An Advanced Learning Program is available for younger students, and high schoolers may prepare for college with honors and Advanced Placement courses. In addition, students have the opportunity to take concurrent enrollment courses to earn college credit while still in high school.
CAVA @ San Diego’s dedicated teachers facilitate lessons during live, interactive online classes and interact with students and families via phone, email, web-based classrooms and online discussions, building close partnerships with parents and students to support academic success. The online platform enables students to enjoy a safe learning environment.
Throughout the school year, CAVA @ San Diego fosters a sense of community through in-person field trips, social outings and service learning opportunities. CAVA @ San Diego also celebrates graduating seniors with an in-person commencement ceremony in the spring. Additionally, virtual clubs and student organizations allow students to further explore their interests together in the online setting.
CAVA @ San Diego also offers a program called Community Day, which combines the best of online learning with weekly face-to-face interaction. On Community Days, students receive instruction from teachers in math and language arts and participate in various other educational activities, such as physical education and science fairs, while parents receive support and network with other parents.
CAVA @ San Diego is still accepting enrollments for the fall. Interested families are encouraged to attend online information sessions hosted by the school. To learn more, visit cava.k12.com or download the K12 enrollment app for iOS and Android devices.
About California Virtual Academy @ San Diego
California Virtual Academy @ San Diego (CAVA @ San Diego) is an online public charter school serving students in kindergarten through 12th grade who reside in Imperial, Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties. CAVA @ San Diego uses the curriculum provided by K12 Inc. (NYSE: LRN), the nation’s leading provider of K-12 proprietary curriculum and online education programs. Families do not pay tuition for a student to attend online public school. Common household items and office supplies like printer ink and paper are not provided. Our enrollment consultant can help address your technological and computer questions and needs. Public school option not available in all areas. For more information, visit http://cava.k12.com.
Publisher’s Note: I’m super bummed that Ava Kalea won’t be eligible to start this until she’s 5 years old – she’s not even two, but ready for more learning!