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Parent Information

Parent Information

Parent Advocates as Resources:
Tiffany Turner

Learning Coach Corner:

The Learning Coach Corner accessed in CANVAS, the Learning Management System, is a resource designed for all adults who will function in the Learning Coach role and for guardians who will not be a Learning Coach but will benefit from understanding what it involves.  It is the A-to-Z guide administered by a Learning Coach Partner.     

UVA Student Handbook:
Click here for the current version of our student handbook.

UVA Pupil Progression Plan:
Click here for the current version of the pupil progression plan.

General Information

It depends on the grade level and the student. Our program caters to the students' needs since they can progress at their own pace. Self-motivated middle and high school students can move a lot faster than elementary students, who require a lot more supervision. It also depends on a student's ability time-wise. If a student works continuously, they can usually finish a school day in about 4 to 6 hours. The state requirement is 6 hours in class but exploratory play, reading books, outside time and educational games are all considered part of the school day. If a student completes lessons on the day planner in less than 6 hours, they'll still log the 6 hours since they've completed an entire school day worth of work. 

The younger the student, the more involved the learning coach is. You are the facilitator, not the teacher. You are the liaison between the student and teacher. Middle and high school students become more independent and start to build a rapport with teachers and call on them when they need additional help. As learning coach, you'll be more involved than ever in your child's education no matter their grade level. You'll communicate with teachers on a regular basis, log attendance and review the grade book.

We offer in-person on-boarding sessions, communication with teachers and administrators at the school via phone, interactive-lessons and email.

Yes. University View Academy has divided the state into 5 regions and a field trip of educational and social significance is offered each month in each region so families don't have to travel as far. However, everyone is invited to any field trip that is scheduled. You will be notified of field trips by monthly newsletter.

Yes. There is a ceremony for kindergarten and graduating seniors. Venue changes are done each year to offer families less travel time. These are traditional ceremonies, complete with cap and gown, family and friends.

There is no cost. University View Academy is a free, public online charter school. We provide the curriculum and a loaned laptop computer to use while students are with us. All materials are sent to your home address.

This program works best with a learning coach at home to oversee and monitor a student's progress. It is essential for elementary-aged students to have an adult to facilitate learning and supervision. 

University View Academy is graded by the State Department of Education as a D. Our goal is to be an A-rated school and we are continuously working to reach that score.

Yes. Counselors also provide students with multiple scholarship opportunities in-state and out of state.