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IVLA is proud to offer demos of our curriculum providers so you can view the key components of each before making your selection.
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International Virtual Learning Academy is proud to offer demos of all our curriculum providers so you can view the key components of each before making your selection.   We encourage you to watch the demos as a family.  Each provider has been selected by our administrative staff to offer students nationally recognized, engaging and challenging content.  Just as students have their own unique learning styles, the delivery of the content is unique to each provider.

To receive the demo logins, simply complete the simple form to the left.

You will receive one email that details the login link and a demo login to each of the curriculum providers. If you have further questions after you have viewed the demos, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Real students from all over the world use IVLA as their trusted education partner to live a more flexible lifestyle.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is my child’s day going to look like?
Transitioning into online learning will most certainly include an adjustment period. Your day will look differently on the first day than it will the 30th day. We encourage you to find a routine that works for your student and family. Some students do better working early in the morning, as others work better later in the day.
In order to successfully complete their courses, students should expect to spend an average of one hour per day per course. Of course, this does vary among students and courses – but it is a good starting point to gauge the student work day. We also encourage you to schedule time away from courses. This could include exercise, playing instruments, participating in an outside activity, etc. Balancing school work and extracurricular activity is a great recipe for success!
Because of the flexibility that comes with online school, there’s no limit to what your day could look like! Take a look at some of these IVLA student below, who’ve crafted their own schedules that allow them to lead a unique lifestyle!

See What Daily Life Looks Like for These Students

How much teacher interaction will there be?
Our teachers have a 12-hour response rate (or less) for student questions and 24 hours for grading, M-F. Weekend periods, teachers will grade and answer questions once the offices open back up on Monday. When a student has a question, they can reach out to their teacher via email or through the messaging section in their curriculum at any time. While they are waiting for teachers to respond, we encourage students to work on other subjects, assignments/lessons, even getting ahead of their schedule. Teachers will respond one of 3 ways. If a simple explanation/answer is all the student needs, they will respond via email the quickest. Teachers may also provide some additional resources and notes that will further help the student. Teacher may also schedule a phone call or a one-on-one conference via an GoToMeeting (similar to Zoom) where they can share their screen and explain anything needed.
How does online school at IVLA work?
IVLA is a private, accredited school. Our students are not considered homeschool students, as their courses are overseen and assignments graded by certified teachers. Students take between 4 and 6 courses each “school year”. These course requirements vary just a bit with grade level. For instance, Elementary and Middle School students take Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies each year. High school students take their level of these courses as well as a few other requirements over the course of their high school career. Each course is delivered online. There is no need for textbooks other than our Honors and AP courses for high school.
How do I choose a curriculum?
We offer a variety of curriculum options because we know that children vary in their learning styles. The core content will be the same in each of the programs. For instance, Algebra I will teach the same content whether you choose Plato or Apex. However, the delivery will be very different. The best steps in choosing a curriculum are 1) watching the demos as a family – this will give insight as to which program the student feels the most comfortable with and drawn to 2) take into consideration if your student needs any accommodations – such as ELS services, or text to speech for students who struggle in reading comprehension for large passages. 3) reviewing graduation goals (for high school students) such as pursuing an Honors diploma. For more information, check out our How to Choose a Curriculum that Fits page.

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