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The Virtual High School Partners with Generation YES

The Virtual High School has announced a collaboration with non-profit technology pioneer Generation YES.
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The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.), a non-profit organization offering online and blended learning programs, has announced a collaboration with non-profit technology pioneer Generation YES. 

With its online tools and project-based curriculum, Generation YES builds a collaborative learning community that enables student leaders in grades 3-12 to work alongside their teachers as technology integration collaborators. 

VHS offers over 200 online courses, including 23 Advanced Placement offerings such as AP Computer Science Principles, as well as a variety of unique STEM offerings. The Virtual High School is fully accredited and courses are NCAA-approved.

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