Program Information: Georgia Virtual School offers 4 start dates per term so students can complete their course(s) over an 18, 16, 14, or 12 week term. Start and end dates for each session are on the Georgia Virtual Website. Georgia Virtual School offers fall, spring, and summer courses.
Registration: Students register themselves on the Georgia Virtual website. Once you have registered and selected classes, these will be sent to your school to approve or deny by your counselor.
Tuition: $250 per .5 credit course, $500 for 1 credit (AB) course
View the General FAQ page for additional information.
Please contact your counselor for specific questions related to Georgia Virtual Course enrollment.
Program Information: Fulton Virtual School offers courses in fall, spring, and summer terms. Students must register by the set date and complete the course by the end of the semester.
Registration: Students register on the Fulton Virtual School website. Once you have registered and selected classes, these will be sent to your school to approve or deny by your counselor.
Tuition: Fulton Virtual Campus courses cost $225 ($180 for students eligible for free meal status) per .5 credit course. Payment must be made online after notification of counselor approval, and prior to enrollment in your course. Payment must be made in the form of a credit card (Visa or MasterCard). *Students who need to retake a class may attend summer school provided by Fulton Virtual at no cost up to 2 credits. Additional credits/courses require tuition.
Class Cancellations: Classes must have a minimum number of students enrolled in order for the class to be offered. Full tuition will be returned if a class is cancelled due to lack of enrollment.
More information can be found on the Fulton Virtual School website.
Please contact your counselor for specific questions related to Fulton Virtual Course enrollment.
Parents and students should be advised that postsecondary institutions and programs, including the NCAA Eligibility Center, may not accept courses taken via Plato, Edgenuity, credit recovery, or other online programs. To be certain, contact the postsecondary institution or NCAA Eligibility Center directly regarding their policy.