Henderson, NV – 2015 – International Virtual Learning Academy (IVLA), a fully-accredited online private school headquartered in Henderson, Nevada, has earned National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) approval for use of the Apex Learning program for high school athletes interested in playing with NCAA teams in college.
IVLA now offers a complete NCAA approved homeschool curriculum for students seeking to fulfill their NCAA eligibility requirements. “We are proud to be among the select few to earn NCAA approval,” said IVLA Director Laurie Genesi, “and we are pleased to make our Apex Learning program available to student athletes.”
IVLA’s NCAA accredited homeschool programs are entirely online – providing young athletes with the flexibility to start courses at any time of year. Students complete course work at the time and place that best fits personal training and travel schedules. Course completion times and dates can be accelerated, as needed, to meet required deadlines.
Apex Learning at IVLA offers:
- interactive digital learning;
- standards-based courses for grades 9-12;
- programs ranging from foundational skills to advanced coursework;
- flexible scheduling to accommodate training, travel, and NCAA eligibility deadlines;
- courses supported by certified teachers; and
- courses designed to support three different diploma programs.
IVLA, a California private school accredited by AdvancEd, offers six K-12 online educational programs. IVLA teachers are nationally certified and are available to students on an individual basis to assist in implementing and tracking the student’s use of NCAA-approved homeschool curriculum. IVLA also offers a unique mentoring program and works to facilitate student cooperative learning through regular online homeroom sessions.
IVLA serves students grades K-12, worldwide.
Read more about our program on the NCAA-approved program page.