• Virtual Loudoun FAQ's

      The vision of Virtual Loudoun is to cultivate quality, flexible, self-paced, virtual learning.


    • Who may take a Virtual Loudoun online course?

    • How much time does it take to complete a Virtual Course?

    • Will I receive credit for these online courses? How much credit is each course worth?

    • Does the NCAA recognize Virtual Loudoun Courses?

    • Who is eligible for enrollment and what is the cost?

    • How do I enroll in an online course?

    • How many virtual classes can I take?

    • Can I take just virtual Driver Education?

    • Are honors courses offered?

    • When does the course begin and end?

    • When is the last day to pay for course, drop without grade penalty, or request a refund?

    • In what ways does an online class differ from a traditional course?

    • What are the technology requirements?

    • Will I need a graphing calculator for my math course?

    • Will students have to take the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) test for SOL based courses?

    • What if I fail a traditional class and want to retake this class through Virtual Loudoun?

    • What is the academic integrity policy?

    • What does academic integrity mean?

    • Is Family Life Education (FLE) part of the Health and Physical Education courses?

    • How will I know who my teacher is?

    • What do I need to know before I begin?

    • How long do I have to complete the course?

    • Are there deadlines in the courses?

    • How do I know if Virtual Loudoun is right for me?

    • What happens when Vision is not accessible?

    • What if I need help?