Whether you are looking for a traditional or a virtual learning option, PCHS can meet the needs of your student. At Peninsula Catholic, innovative instruction has been a cornerstone of our academic program. Both in-person and virtual learners take classes together, experiencing the same high-quality instruction and engaging learning activities for which PCHS has received accolades in Hampton Roads. Depending on your choice, your learner can also take advantage of other opportunities offered at Peninsula Catholic High School.
On-Campus, In-Person Learning
This traditional on-campus education offers a challenging college preparatory curriculum for students who attend in person for the academic year. These students will also enjoy a wide variety of extracurricular and social activities, athletic programs, and spiritual learning activities that are unique to Catholic schools. To find out more information about our on-campus education click here.
Peninsula Catholic’s Virtual Learning Options
All students choosing a virtual education, attend classes synchronously--that is, in real-time--learning alongside their on-campus classmates. Both Peninsula Catholic's Virtual Program and St. Vincent de Paul Virtual Academy (SVVA) are administered by the faculty and staff of Peninsula Catholic High School. However, whether you choose PCHS’s Virtual Program depends on what kind of virtual experience you are looking for. For more information on SVVA click here.