POMEROY — The last date to register for summer school offered at Meigs High School to Meigs students from June 4 to June 29 is Friday.
The summer school defined as a time for “credit recovery” is open to students, grades 9 through 12, and the content is in core subject areas giving students the opportunity to recover graduation credits. The registration fee is $40 and there is a $60 charge per semester course.
Students will work on-line in the program provided by the Virtual Learning Academy. According to Steve Ohlinger, principal, the curriculum is fully aligned to Ohio’s new Academic Content Standards which are rooted in the National Standards. A complete portfolio of academic classes are offered.
The Virtual Learning Academy is eLearning described as teaching required subjects for graduation, fitting all learning styles, appealing to students’ interests and fulfilling the needs of parents and students. The on-line program is being used in numerous counties in Ohio as a way for students to make up class credit.