Edgenuity, Montgomery Virtual Program Partner to Expand Online Learning

Edgenuity and the Montgomery Virtual Program (MVP) in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania today outlined how they are working together to support the growing demand for virtual learning among both students and adult learners.
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Edgenuity and the Montgomery Virtual Program (MVP) in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania today outlined how they are working together to support the growing demand for virtual learning among both students and adult learners. 

MVP uses content from Edgenuity to offer a wide range of courses. While enrolled in their local school, MVP students are able to complete Edgenuity’s online coursework on a schedule that works best for them. Students can continue to participate in school-sponsored activities and athletic programs and attend vocational/technical high school when enrolled in MVP. Courses include standard, accelerated, honors, Advanced Placement ™, SAT, ACT, and Keystone Prep and electives, and may be used for initial credit, credit/unit recovery, for homebound students and for alternative education programs.

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