Monday, April 30, 2012

Basehor-Linwood Virtual School enrollment now open

Press Release:
Enrollment for the Basehor-Linwood Virtual School 2012 – 2013 school year is now open for new and returning students.

BLVS was established in 1998 as the 1st virtual school for K-12 students in the state of Kansas to provide a quality educational choice to students who, for their own unique and personal reasons, need an alternative to traditional schools.

Basehor-Linwood Virtual School operates as a fully accredited virtual school program with 40 certified teachers all teaching full-time within the Basehor-Linwood Unified School District 458. There is no age limit for enrolling, and all previously earned high school credits will transfer.

For individuals currently seeking a GED that would rather earn an accredited high school diploma: connect with BLVS to develop a plan to earn the credits you need. It's never too late to earn a high school diploma.

Prospective students are encouraged to call (913) 724-1727 to speak to Brenda DeGroot, Director (ext. 102) or Nicole Hodges-Williams, Assistant Director (ext. 106) or to visit BLVS online at: