Online homeroom allows students to use a video application (optional), computer audio, or the chat features to meet with peers & teachers.

How Does an Online Homeroom Work?

All full-time IVLA students in elementary school and middle school have the opportunity to participate IVLA’s online homeroom meeting up to four times a month. Homeroom gives students the chance to meet with a success coach and their peers in a secure online classroom.

The Success Coach (an IVLA teacher) and students log into a safe and secure live online meeting.  Students can use a video application (optional), computer audio, conference call number, or the meeting chat.  Together, Success Coaches and students work through cooperative learning opportunities, learning enrichment exercises, and get-to-know-you activities. 

Homeroom provides:

Community – Students come from all walks of life and from all over the world. They are able to interact with one another in a safe, supervised environment.
Enhanced communication skills – Students communicate with others via webcam (optional) or the chat feature.
Global Perspective – Students come to homeroom from different countries giving students the opportunity to learn from their worldwide peers.
Friendship – Student can interact with their peers and build friendships in a safe environment.

Attend a Virtual Open House

Attend a live open house webinar to get a firsthand look at all the options IVLA's accredited program has to offer. We’ll discuss how online education works, what makes IVLA different from other online schools, and answer live questions from the audience.

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