I’m ignorant as toÂ whether enrolling a child in a virtual school in British Columbia affects the homeschooled status ofÂ the child; maybe it changes it, maybe it doesn’t.Â (Hornblower?)Â Still, the school system in the following article is trying to attract homeschooled children into the system.
- Hope Standard,Â Hope, British Columbia, Canada, 22 June 2006, Virtual school is a virtual realityÂ Â Â Â
If you are contemplating home schooling your child or are currently home schooling your child through another School District, consider having School District #78 support your efforts in providing your child with a quality educational program. The Virtual School @home program offers ongoing support with a BC certified teacher. The Vschool @ home program currently offers its students the professional support and resources needed to successfully satisfy the Ministry Curriculum for grades 1-8.
Do British Columbians have to enroll their children in a school district in order to homeschool?