Summer is a great opportunity for high school students to catch up on credits or get ahead of next year's busy schedule. Brandywine Virtual Academy (BVA) is pleased to offer a flexible, interactive online course experience tailored to the needs of each student. Did a class not work out so well this past year? Our nine-week Credit Recovery session can get students right back on track. Not able to fit all of the electives you really wanted in your schedule next year? Or, do you want to try an honors or Advanced Placement (AP) course at school next year and want to build your confidence? The 15-week Jump Start session or nine-week True Summer session might be your answer!
A program of the Chester County Intermediate Unit, BVA provides students access to a variety of the top national online course providers with an unmatched level of personalized attention and support. Students are able to navigate through the online courses at their own pace working toward given task deadlines. BVA teachers and teacher assistants are available to help guide students through the course content and provide individualized support when needed. Students not only grow in knowledge, but also learn to advocate for themselves and their own learning.
JUMP START • April 23-July 31
This 15-week session offers the earliest chance to begin studying. Consider taking a course you can't fit into your schedule next year, or try an honors version!**
Cost*: One credit: $746 Half credit: $411
TRUE SUMMER • May 28-July 31
Accomplish a summer class in a condensed, nine-week time frame. Multiple honors and Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered.**
Cost*: One credit: $498 Half credit: $284
CREDIT RECOVERY • May 28-July 31
Did a class not work out so well this past year? A nine-week Credit Recovery version can help keep you on track for next year. Test out of sections you have already mastered.**
Cost*: One credit: $210 Half credit: $116
*Plus a one time registration fee of $29. Keystone Remediation is also offered for $351 per course.
**Course credits may be eligible for acceptance by students' home school districts.