SVVA offers all the core classes, several advanced courses, and a variety of electives for a well-rounded academic experience. While most classes can be offered virtually, a few select courses necessitate more hands-on/physical requirements or advanced technology are not able to be offered to the online learner. SVVA’s Curriculum Guide for the upcoming academic year is in process. Please refer to Peninsula Catholic’s current Curriculum Guide for core classes and general information.
All students will be required to complete the Virtual Course; this will be completed either in the summer or the first two weeks of school--depending on grade level.
In the freshman health course, students are required to complete hands-on practice of the skills necessary to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED); in lieu of completing this on campus, students will be required to take this hands-on training on their own and present the certificate of completion to their health teacher prior to the completion of the course.
PSAT testing, administered once a year to students in grades 8-11, does not, at this time, offer an online option; virtual students in the local area may choose to attend testing at PCHS on the scheduled day.