Check out this video to see why our OVCA teachers are staying in virtual education!
Is your teacher in the video?
K. Flenniken and Z. Reel in Mrs. Campbell's class are completely finished with their Study Island Pathways for the entire school year.
100% of Ms. Marianne Day's Homeroom Class has completed the Study Island Benchmarks in math and reading!
Round of Appluase for amazing work! Which class will be next???
Where do I start?
Log in to the Online School (OLS) and set up a student account
Watch orientation videos
Attend a national parent orientation
By the first day of school you will receive a Welcome Checklist in both email and kmail. Review the checklist and complete all items listed.
Log in to the Online School (OLS) and set up student account. Both the learning coach and student should have individual user name and password to access the online school daily.
Have student(s) complete ALL parts of the Introduction to Online Learning.
Have student(s) complete Scantron Assessment for Math and Reading.
Take Math if returning student or if you are new student who attended OVCA Start Up Success Prior to July 17th. If you are new student and attended after July 17th you do not need to re-take the math assessment.
All students 3rd-12th grade will take the Reading Assessment.
Log Attendance starting on first day of school. If you are unsure of the attendance polices, please review the Parent Orientation Guide or contact your teacher.
Begin daily lessons. – If waiting on materials the student can still come to class connects and complete online lessons.
You will hear from your school representative once the school year starts. But by going through the steps outlined above, you will have already completed many of the tools needed to get your school year started.
OVCA facilitates discussions and provides peer-mentoring, academic support, and discussions to students and their families. Many of our parents have established wonderful relationships and learned valuable tips and tricks from other parents through the K12 Parent Network
A wide range of extracurricular clubs and programs at the national and local level provide numerous socialization opportunities to students. Many of our students enjoy participating in local and national, as well as in summer camps. We offer a wide variety of options throughout the summer and school year.
Join OVCA Booster Club to meet other parents, get tips, share advice, and more.
OVCA staff works hard to plan for the upcoming outings. Below is the tentative outing schedule for future outings.
Have fun and GO OVCA! Come out and get connected with OVCA students and staff!
K-12 Movie Day!
OKC & Tulsa
K-12 Board Game Day / Invention Fair/Science
OKC & Tulsa
OKC Virtual Education Capitol Day
K-12 Discover Days / Re-registration / Meet the New Teacher
OKC & Tulsa
K-9 Super Kid’s Day
OKC & Tulsa
K12 Curriculum—What to Expect?
The award-winning K12 curriculum brings lessons to life with a rich mixture of online and offline teaching tools, including interactive animations, award-winning printed books with beautiful illustrations and narrative, original CDs and videos, and materials for hands-on experiments. In addition, lesson plans for each subject are integrated, so your child may be reading literature from the same time period as the art or history lesson he or she is studying.
Your young learner will require your time and guidance to help him or her with completing schoolwork. This is a precious time for you and your child to engage in learning and exploring together-discovering the wonders of reading, math, history and science. In these early years of learning, your student is establishing important foundations for future academic and personal growth.
In elementary school you will work closely with your student's teacher to complete the daily lesson plan and monitor your student's progress and attendance. Your teacher is there to help you and your student, so please feel free to reach out whenever you have questions. This partnership with your student's teacher will ensure your child's ongoing success.
Students become more independent in middle school, and begin to take more responsibility for their own learning with each passing year.
As part of his or her academic program, your student may be required to attend "Class Connect" sessions, where they will receive direct instruction from teachers and interact with peers.
In our Middle School program, your teacher will also work with you to ensure your child is progressing as expected academically. As always, please feel free to bring us your questions as you have them.
Have additional questions about getting started with us? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.