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A virtual learning opportunity for Perkiomen Valley residents. Available for students in grades K-12, Viking Academy is a customizable online learning experience that offers students high-quality instruction with flexibility and all added benefits of a traditional PVSD education.

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Perkiomen Valley’s Viking Academy provides robust, digital learning opportunities that empower learners through individualized, innovative learning paths.

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List of Course Offerings

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Trimester & Year-long Courses

  • Asynchronous
    • Remote learning
    • Daily asynchronous learning
    • Available teacher support
  • Partially Synchronous
    • Remote learning
    • Daily synchronous learning for English language arts and math
    • Daily asynchronous learning
    • Available teacher support

Semester & Year-long Courses

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  • Asynchronous
    • Remote learning
    • Daily asynchronous learning
    • Available teacher support
  • Partially Synchronous
    • Remote learning
    • Weekly synchronous learning for each core subject
    • Daily asynchronous learning
    • Available teacher support

Asynchronous Format

Semester & Year-long Courses

Develop Schedule with PV Counselor & Administration

  • Remote full time
  • On-site part time 

FAQs

Innovative, rigorous, and individualized learning provided by PA-certified, highly-qualified teachers and overseen by PV School District personnel.

High expectations for students, who will have to meet graduation requirements and participate in state assessments such as the Pennsylvania School System of Assessment (PSSAs) and the Keystone Exams.

Maintain student enrollment in PVSD: Students can take courses online and still have access to over 70 extra-curricular activities and nearly 90 athletic teams that come with being a traditional student. Students can play on our athletic teams, join our clubs, receive district and school communications and receive a Perkiomen Valley School District diploma upon graduation.

Flexibility: Students who enroll have the ability to return to a traditional school district program without re-registration.

Customizable: Whether your child could benefit from taking just one online class or a full roster, Viking Academy can be adjusted to suit your child’s needs.  Your child would also have access to PV resources such as counseling, special education and gifted services. 

College credit/Advanced Placement options available: If your student is planning to attend college after graduation, Viking Academy offers a number of options to provide added rigor and preparation for higher education.

Yes! Viking Academy classes are aligned to the same state standards that traditional classes are and any child who attends Viking Academy and meets district and state graduation requirements will receive a PV diploma.

Viking Academy is open to any student in grades K-12. Students who are self-motivated, organized and able to work independently are best-suited for this type of learning environment.

All course content is delivered by PA-certified instructors to align with the district’s credit requirements and Pennsylvania state standards. PV School District personnel help to oversee the Viking Academy program and will help monitor student progress. 

At the elementary and middle levels, courses are available in a partial synchronous learning environment.  At all levels courses can be available in an asynchronous learning environment.

If your child is in grades 9-12, he/she can attend Viking Academy classes remotely from home with our full-time option or onsite with our part-time option. Part-time virtual students take a combination of in-person classes and online classes at PV High School to meet specific scheduling needs.

K-8 students will receive a schedule indicating daily and weekly times for synchronous classes.  Classes presented in an asynchronous format can be completed anywhere, anytime. 

Asynchronous learning is a student-centered approach using online resources to facilitate learning outside the constraints of time or place. Students will interact via a learning management system, communicate via email, post in discussion forums, and collaborate with others through a digital environment. Teachers are available for online chats and by appointment. 

Students are held accountable to attendance requirements of School Board Policy 204. While online learning environments provide flexibility, students are expected to make adequate daily progress in coursework.  

No. Students receive a district-issued Chromebook as well as any other necessary resources to complete their coursework.