K12 Blended Learning Centers: Frequently Asked Questions
What grades are available at K12 at the Blended Learning Centers?
Students in grades 4th–12th grade are eligible to enroll in the Blended Learning traditional schooling model. Students in Kindergarten–12th grade are encouraged to participate in any of the specialized workshops or community events held throughout the month at locations.
Who is eligible to enroll in the Blended Learning program?
Any currently enrolled student at our schools, that is interested in enrolling and willing to make a commitment to participate in blended learning opportunities at a learning center is eligible.
How do students participate in the program?
Students interested in participating in the Blended Center traditional schooling program will have the opportunity to sign up during the enrollment process. In addition, currently enrolled students interested in attending can completed a participating packet at the Blended Learning Center location. Approval must be obtained prior to starting at the location and regular attendance is required for the traditional schooling model. For additional questions reach out to the Blended Learning administrator, Trisha Jones
Is space limited at each Blended Learning Center?
Yes our traditional school option has limited enrollment in each classroom. Specific information regarding enrollment can be answered by contacting Trisha Jones
How many days a week can students attend the Blended Learning Centers?
Blended Learning students are able to choose a full or part-time model for traditional schooling. Full time would be Mondays and Wednesdays, 8am-12pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8am - 3pm. Please discuss part time with the site staff. Drop-in tutoring is also available Monday and Wednesday afternoons and Friday mornings. Please contact site for specific times and availabilities.
Will transportation be provided or coordinated for students?
Transportation is currently the responsibility of each student and family for their scheduled sessions. We provide public transportation options for students in selected areas.
Will students be loaned a K12 computer for home use?
Qualifying students may be loaned a computer to assist with the completion of online work. This determination will be made during the enrollment process. Blended Learning Centers are all equipped with computers for participating students.
What materials are students expected to bring the Blended Center sessions?
As part of enrollment in Arizona Virtual Academy all books, materials, and course supplies are provided. However, students are expected to bring their books with them each day as necessary for the planned coursework.
Who is responsible for monitoring and supporting students?
Each Blended Learning Center site will be staffed by a highly qualified, Arizona Certified teacher and paraprofessionals who are employed by Arizona Virtual Academy and trained in student management, school policies, and procedures. In addition, students will work with an online Arizona-certified teacher in subject-specific areas during the school year.
Will online teachers be in contact with onsite teachers and site coordinators to discuss student progress and achievements?
Onsite staff will be in contact with online teachers to monitor and assist with individual student progress and achievement.
Will there be socialization and/or onsite club opportunities?
Yes, each blended learning center offers community engagement activities along with clubs that provide opportunities for socialization.