Register for spring courses through the Division’s online course system, now called Virtual Prince William
Posted on 12/18/2019
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Take a full-credit course in the comfort of your home through the PWCS online high school course system, newly named Virtual Prince William. Courses taken during the spring and fall semesters are tuition free for Prince William County Public School students.

Although it has a new name, Virtual Prince William continues to deliver courses aligned with the Virginia Standards of Learning and is ideal for students who want to work ahead, recover credit, fulfill electives, or find they are one course short to meet graduation requirements. Students work with highly qualified PWCS online instructors.

Online registration for the Virtual Prince William Spring 2020 Session will be open through January 10.

The program offers courses in foreign languages, health and physical education, language arts, math, science, social studies, business, and CTE (career and technology education) during the spring session, which runs from January 27 to May 29. For more information, contact Brett Helman, supervisor, at 703-791-8590.

Online learning offers many advantages, including schedule flexibility, low teacher-student ratio, and an alternative to traditional classroom instruction. Registration does not guarantee enrollment into the course.