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Bossier Schools expands Virtual Learning Academy

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Earlier today, Bossier Schools announced the expansion of its Virtual Learning Academy, which will now give middle school students, in addition to high school students, the ability to customize their education via a hybrid program.
It offers students flexibility and the choice of learning online, receiving face-to-face instruction or a combination of both.
Two campuses will now house the virtual learning labs; middle school students will attend Butler Educational Complex and Bossier High School’s learning lab will open next Tuesday, Sept. 6 for high school students.
In addition, students attending the program at Bossier High will have the opportunity to still enjoy the high school experience by participating in extracurricular activities, such as Homecoming and clubs, and taking JROTC, band and other electives.
A student living in Bossier Parish can enroll in Bossier Schools Virtual Learning Academy at any time during the academic year, with the exception of the last few weeks of May.
You can download an electronic copy of the brochure HERE.
Those interested can also visit vla.bossierschools.org for more information and an enrollment form.
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Sean Green is managing editor of the Bossier Press-Tribune.


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