Don’t take our word for it. In our latest survey, 88% of superintendents and principals who responded said they were satisfied or very satisfied with their school's VHS Learning experience. Additionally, 92% of partner schools from the previous academic year continued to participate this year.
According to our 2016-2017 annual survey, most superintendents and principals choose to enroll their schools in VHS Learning to widen the variety of courses available to their students.
"As a teacher in Boston for many years and now a principal in Lowell, I have taken a number of content and instructional-based courses. The quality of the readings and the discussions in the VHS Learning course were on par with some of the best I have taken over the years."
- Matthew Stahl, Middle School Principal at Lowell Public Schools
“I find the VHS Learning best practices seem to be ahead of my professional development at my face-to-face school. I enjoy teaching a level that could not be offered in my small school, and I love the opportunities and variety that VHS Learning brings to my small town school.”
- 2017 Teacher Survey
"We got so much support, help and interaction from "virtual" teachers, that I was amazed. Every aspect of it was positive, and the instructors went above and beyond their responsibilities to engage my son."
- Linda Gatz, Parent
“I liked being able to take classes that my school does not offer and being able to communicate with people around the country.”
- 2017 Student Survey
”I liked that I had the flexibility to do work during times when it was best for me.”
- 2017 Student Survey
"I have really enjoyed my experience taking a VHS Learning course, thanks to many amazing resources and programs. Because of VHS Learning I was able to skip ahead to the grade I belong in and still graduate with all the required credits."
- Flex Student
"I don't think most of the class even knew that I had any special needs. The teacher knew about my accommodations and helped us figure ways to do things so that I didn't feel any different than I think any of the other kids felt. That was really great for a change!"
- Mariah, Summer School Student