Escambia County Virtual School Program

The Escambia County Virtual School Program is a new and exciting feature of the Escambia County Schools experience.  Our Virtual School Program equips students with 21st century skills by providing online learning with high quality, rigorous academic opportunities.

With Virtual School, students and parents have the flexibility, variety, and academic continuity to accommodate numerous lifestyles or unique family circumstances.


6th Grade - 12th Grade

Semester 1: June 17, 2024 - August 2, 2024

Semester 2: November 4, 2024 - December 20, 2024

Virtual School is Here to Stay: A Kid's Guide to Online Learning


The Virtual School Experience

6th Grade - 12th Grade

  1. Contact your school counselor and request an application.
  2. Return completed applications to your school counselor during open enrollment periods.
  3. Open enrollment for 1st Semester is June 17, 2024 - August 2, 2024.
  4. Open enrollment for 2nd Semester is November 4, 2024 - December 20, 2024.




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The Virtual School Experience and 21st Century Skills


Global Awareness - Virtual School helps students to build the awareness and respect of the power of technology to interconnect people, cultures, societies, and the world. 

Self-Directed Learning - Virtual School helps students to acquire the skills for self-paced and self-directed learning to ultimately become lifelong learners.

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Literacy - Virtual School allows students to build skills to use appropriate technologies to process, analyze and present information efficiently and effectively in school, life, and work settings. 

Problem Solving Skills - Virtual School prepares students to solve problems by encouraging creativity, by enhancing precise communication, and by developing analytical thinking skills. 

Time Management and Personal Responsibility - Virtual School reinforces the skill of time management by requiring students to manage their own time and workload in ways that reflect real world working environments for productivity and success. 






Escambia County Alternative Programs

21280 Hwy. 31

Flomaton, AL 36441



K. Quarker White, Ed.S.





The mission of Escambia County Schools is to provide a safe, rigorous, and engaging learning environment that promotes healthy, respectful, resourceful, and responsible life-long learners who will collaborate, lead by example, set goals to strive for excellence, and graduate as college or career ready.