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Fairview Virtual Academy

The Fairview Virtual Academy offers a wide variety of courses and flexibility that fits the educational needs of all students. FVA offers a blended learning environment in grades 9-12, while allowing students in grade K-8 to work full time from home. What sets us apart from the rest of the online academies is that your child will be working toward a diploma from Fairview High School while having the option to participate in extracurricular activities to widen their educational experience. 

If you want to enroll your child or find out more about how the Fairview Virtual Academy might benefit your child, please contact Scott Hall, Fairview Virtual Academy Coordinator.

Contact Information

FVA Coordinator: Scott Hall
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Phone: 419.658.2378 Ext 4232

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up for the Fairview Virtual Academy?

Please contact the Scott Hall, director and they will get you the necessary paperwork. Contact info is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 419-658-2378 x 4232

Can I attend FVA and High School at the same time?

Yes, FVA is designed to offer a wide variety of electives to students enrolled at Fairview HS

How long do I have to complete a course?

A student has one (1) semester to finish a course

What is the cost?

There is no cost to Central Local students for “initial credit” courses. 

Can I drop a course?

Yes, you have up to 6 days from the first day of classes to drop a course

Can I take more than one course at a time?

If your counselor approves it. Otherwise, we don’t recommend taking more than two courses at a time.

Can I take the first and second semester at the same time?

No. You will need to complete the first semester course work first

Is there an attendance requirement?

You are expected to log on and work daily as if you were in a standard classroom. The director reviews progress daily. For those working at home, if the director feels that inadequate progress is being made, the student may be required to attend the FVA lab and the Defiance County Attendance Officer will be notified of the lack of progress being made per the FVA agreement.

Can I finish the course before the end of the semester?

Yes. The courses are self-paced and can be worked on wherever a computer is available.

Is there a computer available for me to use at the school?

Computers are available to use in the FVA lab. Students working at home will be required to supply their own computer or laptop. 

 

Contact Us

Superintendent: (419) 658-2808
High School: (419) 658-2378
Middle School: (419) 658-2331
Elementary School: (419) 658-2511