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Keller ISD will be offering three sessions for students to complete high school classes in an accelerated fashion outside of the school day or during the summer. Courses offered this year include Professional Communications, Sociology, and Personal Financial Literacy. Click Here for Details!
The Keller ISD Virtual Learning program is designed to address the needs of students by providing opportunities for students to complete foundation courses in CTE pathways, accelerate completion of language acquisition courses, and prepare them for success in online coursework as they continue their education past high school. The Virtual and Blended Learning department seeks to provide choice regarding place, time, pace, and path with considerations for the unique needs and goals of each student. Our multi-faceted approach allows us to provide support to multiple departments in the district.
Facilitated Virtual: includes an in-class, certified mentor/facilitator with a remote Keller ISD teacher who is certified in the content area.
Virtual: students are able to have control over place and time with courses that are available to them 24/7 with a remote Keller ISD teacher who is certified in the content area. Courses are offered in 9-week accelerated sessions in early spring and 6-week accelerated sessions in late spring and summer. Click here for 2018-19 sessions.
Blended: student receives both online and traditional instruction. Student must attend class three times per week, with flex time the remaining two days of the week. Flex time can be used for small group instruction, tutoring, and remediation.
Accelerated: student remains with their current grade cohort while pursuing content above grade level. In addition to a traditional model, options include virtual and remote learning models. For more information, see the Advanced Academics page.
Current offerings in Blended and Virtual coursework include:
CTE Language Blended Instruction Entrepreneurship (1 credit) French I and II English IV, AP English Lit Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness (.5 credit) German I and II English III Personal Financial Literacy (.5 credit) Spanish I and II U.S. History Sociology (.5 credit) Latin I, II, and III AP U.S. History Professional Communications (.5 credit) Touch System Data Entry (.5 credit)