January 20th, 2016 by SD Virtual School
San Diego Public School Holidays in 2016
After weeks of academic achievements and challenges, you’ll be ready to play just as hard as you’ve studied. So, pack your overnight bags and mark your calendars for holidays in 2016 because that means days off for public school students, including those enrolled at San Diego Virtual School.
February 12th, Lincoln Day
Considered by many historians to be one of the greatest presidents in U.S. history, Abraham Lincoln paved the way for legislature that abolished slavery and finally put an end to a dark park of history.
February 15th, Washington Day
As general of the American Revolution and first president of the U.S., George Washington was one of the founding fathers during the early days of the country. (more…)
September 30th, 2015 by SD Virtual School
How To Choose A Charter School In San Diego
Many parents in San Diego are looking for alternative learning environments for their children. Charter schools are one of these non-traditional options and may be the answer to your search.
If you feel your child could benefit from attending this educational route, keep reading for some tips on how you can find the right charter school for your child. (more…)
April 29th, 2015 by SD Virtual School
SDVS- San Diego Virtual School’s Graduating Class of 2015
Supported by a mission to provide a personalized and collaborative learning experience from a dedicated team of educators, San Diego Virtual School is proud to announce our 4th graduating class. As we work to facilitate the academic and personal growth of students, we will be celebrating the achievements of about 100 of our graduating students on June 11, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. (more…)
April 2nd, 2015 by Nicole Lincoln
San Diego Virtual School is having our first Annual Prom for ALL high school students grades 9-12 on Friday April 24th from 6-10pm (contact your teacher for location details).
Join us for an “Enchanted” evening
Friday, April 24, 2015
6:00 p.m.- 10 p.m.
Tickets are $20 each.
Starting Next Week you may purchase up tickets at our Chula Vista, La Mesa, & Vista sites. You may also mail in a check or money order made out to:
San Diego Virtual School and we will send you your ticket(s) in the mail.
Chula Vista: 296 H St, Chula Vista, CA 91910
La Mesa: 7950 University Ave Suite 410, La Mesa, CA 91942
Vista: 1930 Watson Way Suite S, Vista, CA 92081
April 2nd, 2015 by Nicole Lincoln
San Diego Virtual School is gearing up for Spring Break! Our centers will be closed April 6-10th.
Students, your courses are available 24/7 so you are welcome to work on your assignments but we encourage you to enjoy some time off 🙂
December 4th, 2014 by Nicole Lincoln
Our Chula Vista staff is celebrating with our current students before we go on Winter Break on Thursday December 18th! If you are a current student in the Chula Vista area, contact your teacher for more details. Your teachers Ms. Sweeney, Mrs. Hargraves, Ms. Perez, Mrs. Metzker, and Mr. Upczak will be in attendance. Come by early to work on your online school assignments, and then join in the fun!
We will be watching the movie Frozen to get in the winter spirit before enjoying our two week break. As a reminder, there is no school beginning Friday December 19th through January 4th.
November 12th, 2014 by Nicole Lincoln
SD Central Library
Thursday, November 20th from 9:30am-2pm
Meet at 9:30am for our library field trip in front of the main entrance 330 Park Blvd. (cross street is 12th Ave.) San Diego CA 92101. Dress comfortably as we will be participating in a free Zumba class! (P.E. credit)
RSVP to your teacher by Monday, November 17th
Zumba Gold: Get Healthy and Have Fun Too!
This high-energy dance combines a cardiovascular workout with pulsating Latin music into a fun, calorie burning experience. People of all ages, fitness levels, and dancing abilities can have a blast while getting a good workout at their own level.
Location: Central Library / Mary Hollis Clark Conference Room 151
11:00-11:30 Provided lunch outside (please inform us if you do not need one)
11:45-2:00 1. You can get a library card if you do not already have one. You will need a student ID so be sure to email your teacher a picture of yourself so we can bring you one
2. We will go on a tour of the library and you will have an opportunity to check out books and spend time in the Teen Center.
Parking: on the street or the first 2 hours is free with validation in underground parking. Transit:The Central Library is located midway between 12th & Imperial Transit Center to the south and Park & Market Trolley Station to the north. There are also many buses that stop near the Library. For more details on trolley and bus options visit:Metropolitan Transit System Bus and Trolley Route
October 15th, 2014 by Nicole Lincoln
We are almost halfway through our Fall semester! Time is flying here at San Diego Virtual School. Fall Progress reports are coming this week and will be sent to students and parents on Friday October 17th. These are helpful updates that will show your progress in current classes, and will also list what classes you have left to work on this semester. As a reminder, Fall semester ends on January 16th, 2015. Keep up the hard work students so that you can pass your full courseload by January 16th. If you have any questions, please contact your teacher directly.
September 30th, 2014 by Nicole Lincoln
SDVS is pleased to announce a new online college and career assessment tool that all our students have access to. It is a great website that will allow you to explore different careers that match your interests and skills. Here are some exciting features you will find:
ccSpringboard’s much-praised Career Matchmaker Interest Inventory is based on a methodology that is respected and admired everywhere it is used, because it’s more powerful than any other interest assessment. Matchmaker doesn’t just provide students with a ranked list of careers they should learn more about, it explains why. This depth gives students valuable insights they can use as a springboard to further career exploration and discovery, making the learning process a rewarding and enriching experience.
The Living Portfolio is always just a click away while students are navigating the personal inventories and occupational learning pages, making it easy to build and grow a valuable storehouse of knowledge, ideas and action plans. We call it a Living Portfolio because it grows and evolves with each student, transforming career exploration into pathways to success. It’s more than a place to keep information—it’s a place to nurture dreams.
Students enjoy one-click access to hundreds of up-to-date, detailed occupational profiles designed to bring the real world into the classroom and ignite their imagination. Each multimedia profile includes a full job description, typical working conditions, required education and training, expected earnings, plus links to related occupations and other useful resources specially chosen to encourage further investigation.
How to access the site:
If you have any questions, Mrs. Bridges, SDVS’s college and career counselor, would love to talk with you. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
September 23rd, 2014 by Nicole Lincoln
SDVS students: Your teacher will contact you to discuss which tests you will need to take this year. For your reference, here are the upcoming test dates to mark your calendars:
PSAT testing is October 15 at the La Mesa Site
CAHSEE testing (for Juniors and Seniors) is November 4, 5
CAHSEE testing for all 10th graders will be March 17, 18
Make Ups CAHSEE testing is May 5,6 for all absent 10th graders, 11th and 12th graders needing to pass the tests.
State testing will be between April 13-May 15. More details will follow