Empowering student learning through a structured curriculum in a flexible setting.
Davie County Virtual School will be an opportunity where each individual is valued, respected, and challenged. Collaboration between staff, students, and families will ensure all students learn, grow, and succeed.
Relationships, Learning, Integrity, Accountability
Davie County Virtual School allows students to access the full public school curriculum in grades 4-8
- Instruction in core subjects: English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies
- Elective offerings, including Physical Education, Health, Art and Career & Technical Education courses
- Academic enrichment and supports for the Academically and Intellectually Gifted and for Exceptional Children
Davie County Virtual School options for grades 9-12
- Virtual high school courses are offered through Davie County High School
- Virtual high school elective courses may be limited due to the nature of the course (i.e., automotive technology can not be a virtual elective due to the curriculum)
- Students still must complete an application for Davie County Virtual School at the Grades 9-12 button above
The Instructional Day
Students in grades 4-8 learn in a variety of instructional settings each day
Daily live meetings for English Language Arts and Math
Twice-weekly meetings for science and social studies
Opportunities for enrichment activities both online and in-person
Daily morning meetings for school announcements and socialization
Time built in the daily schedule for students to work independently and seek help from teachers and counselor
Portrait of a DCVS Student
Successful remote learners:
Engage in classroom activities by participating in class discussions and activities, collaborating with peers in breakout rooms, and completing work online
Independently or with the help from a parent will ask for help, email teachers, and organize their work for the day
Attend all live classes, and set aside time during the day to complete assignments
Learn more about Davie County Virtual School during one of these Information Sessions:
March 1 | 1:30 pm | Davie County Public Library
March 8 | 6 pm | Maddie Cakes
March 9 | 11 am | Virtual Meeting (email firstname.lastname@example.org for link)
All students who live in the Davie County Schools district and are entering grades 4-8 in the 2022-2023 School year are invited to apply.
The application period for the 2022-2023 school year ended on March 15, 2022. Please contact Principal Valerie Feezor at 336-751-5921 or email@example.com with further questions.
Notification of acceptance will take place the week of April 11, 2022
Student contracts for the 2022-2023 school year will be due by Friday, April 29, 2022
Please review the following requirements and guidelines:
Student attendance in live meetings and completion of assigned work is required each day. DCVS follows the same calendar as other DCS schools.
Students will occasionally be required to attend in-person events such as orientation, picking up instructional materials, and End-of-Grade Testing.
Parents of DCVS students are encouraged to take an active role in their child's learning by maintaining a routine schedule for school, monitoring student assignments and work, and communicating with the school regarding student attendance and progress.
A Chromebook will be provided to all students to use for class meetings, assignments, and other school activities. Families must maintain a reliable, high-speed internet connection at home.
Due to planning and staffing requirements of Davie County Schools, families must commit to a full year of enrollment at DCVS.