About the Academy
Virtual Learning with Real-World Value
The Greenbush Virtual Academy brings the virtual learning experience and expertise of Greenbush to local school districts for a variety of online education programs. From K-12 through adult diploma completion, each program incorporates proven virtual teaching practices and meets state accreditations. This is more than learning online—it’s learning to use online education in the best possible way for your students and district.
Together, All Student Needs are Covered
When partnering with Greenbush, we provide USDs with the online platform, curriculum and customization, licensed virtual teachers, a student laptop and technology support, and program administration and accreditation. A Memorandum of Understanding clearly establishes the roles and responsibilities to ensure that your students receive the virtual education best suited for them.
See What Our Students are Up To!
Greenbush Virtual Academy (GVA) has provided a wide array of opportunities for students to participate in extra-curricular activities outside of their regular coursework. Activities are age-appropriate and are coordinated by GVA staff. Some of these activities include a Gaming Club, Culinary Arts/Fashion Design Club, and more! Learn about the other extra-curriculars on our Student Portal page.
Our GVA Student Newspaper has been working hard creating their quarterly newspaper! This club is open to all students interested in writing, photography, and the process of putting together a collection of works for publication.
It’s Easy to Partner Up
Interested districts should contact
Don Grosdidier at [email protected]
or (785) 979-1495 for more information.
Partner districts enter into an annual Memorandum of Understanding with Greenbush to participate in the program. New partner districts need to complete this process prior to the KSDE February deadline for new virtual districts.
Partner districts will establish their own local policies for student participation in the program. This includes eligibility criteria, activity participation, and graduation requirements among other local decisions.