Our School Menu
To engage students by enhancing learning through a variety of virtual and live experiences to support the whole child, personalizing learning for students and preparing them to be valued contributors in a global society.
- Employ the new curriculum standards and best practices for online instruction and learning, providing quality and rigor for the 21st century learner.
- Build authentic learning experiences that support students’ lifelong learning.
- Empower all students to achieve new altitudes and increase confidence.
- Meet the needs of a diverse student population who cannot or do not attend a traditional public school, offering an option for a quality public education program using the virtual school medium.
You, as a TVOLS student, remain a full time student of the Wilson County School District.
You, as a TVOLS student, have opportunities to improve your technical, communication, time management, and organizational skills in a manner that students only taking traditional courses do not.
You, as a TVOLS student, can create your own schedule as you have access to your courses 24/7. By signing in daily and completing all assigned work you are in control of your own schedule. While students in a virtual setting may be required to sign in at specific times, YOU decide when, where and what course you will work on each day.
You, as a TVOLS student, have an opportunity to become better prepared for online courses you may take in the future as a college student or employee. Students taking TVOLS courses in high school enter college with experience in online learning, therefore having an advantage over students who do not.
You, as a TVOLS student, can earn AP (Advanced Placement) and Dual Enrollment credits.
You, as a TVOLS student, still have state assessments arranged for you and facilitated by the Wilson County School District. You will just need to make arrangements for transportation to the testing facility on designated testing days for either state assessments or online course final exams. This is typically less than ten days per year.
You, as a TVOLS student, can take online courses in an NCAA-approved and AdvancEd Accredited school.
You, as a TVOLS student, get to work with teachers face-to-face on a weekly basis at our Wednesday Work Sessions. You will get to know your teachers personally in a comfortable, on-site learning environment.
Online School Expectations
- The student (and parents/guardians) will begin enrollment with TVOLS by attending a mandatory Student and Parent Orientation on campus.
- The student will complete daily assignments by midnight the day they are due.
- The student will come in every Wednesday from 8 am - 2 pm unless exempt and notified by TVOLS faculty.
- The students will be on campus for all State and District testing as scheduled by the school.
- The student will spend an estimated 6 hours per day doing school work to complete daily lessons.
- The student will take all final exams on campus unless they meet the final exam exemption policy set by the Board of Education.
TVOLS Frequently Asked Questions
No, students are enrolled full-time with TVOLS.
No, students are not required to be logged in to the computer system at a certain time, but they must complete all work assigned for the day by midnight of the due date.
Students do not have to be logged in for certain hours each day, as long as they adequately complete the daily assignments. We do, however, find that students perform better when they have a dedicated time each day for each subject.
As a part of the Wilson County School System, all TVOLS students will stay on track to graduate from any Wilson County School if they pass all their classes.
Enrollment for each semester closes so that our faculty and staff can focus on providing a high quality education to current students. Also, it is not always possible to match courses offered by other schools when students transfer in due to our smaller size and course offerings.
Yes. Students are required to come on campus each Wednesday for Wednesday Work Day unless they are notified of an exemption. Further, students are required to come on campus for any and all District and State testing. Further, in certain classes, students may need to come on campus for proctored tests or intervention.
Students will be added to the Intervention list if they:
- Are requested on a Wednesday and fail to come
- Fail to complete the missing work for which they were called by Friday of that week
- Are failing a class
- Are missing more than a week’s amount of work
- Need additional assistance at the discretion of their teachers.
Interventions will require:
- Students to come on campus more often (Not just on Wednesdays)
- Students to work extremely hard to get back on track
- Additional communications between the school and the family
Students who fail to come onto campus for their additional days will accrue absences for each day they are called and do not come.
Yes, we follow the same calendar as Wilson County Schools. The only exception to this is snow days. Since our students do not need to come on campus and their work is already assigned, students are expected to complete their assigned work despite the snowday.
High School students must take a full schedule of courses, which means 4 classes in the Fall and 4 in the Spring. Students cannot take less than 4 classes each semester.