The CCPSOnline program is built for flexibility and offers all students the opportunity to choose from a comprehensive online collection of high school credit courses. All courses are taught by licensed CCPS teachers and are delivered through the Canvas learning management system. Students choose coursework through CCPSOnline for a variety of reasons related to the need for personalized academic solutions and flexible scheduling, but many students simply prefer or are more successful with online coursework. Students can take all of their courses through CCPSOnline or take courses in addition to a full schedule in their brick-and-mortar school.
Common reasons families choose CCPSOnline include:
- Provides flexibility in the daily schedule by offering an opportunity to complete coursework anytime and anywhere.
- Provides the opportunity to take additional courses in order to become current with the student’s appropriate grade level.
- Provides the opportunity to take additional courses in order to free space in the academic program to attend a specialty center or career and technical education program or to access advanced coursework in later years.
- Provides an opportunity for home-school and private school students to enroll in up to two courses per year, space permitting.
- Provides an opportunity for students residing outside of Chesterfield County to take up to two qualifying online courses during the regular school year through status as an approved Virginia Department of Education multidivision online provider.
Complete information, including a list of courses and fee details, is available at mychesterfieldschools.com/ccpsonline.
What is PACE?
PACE is a centralized program offered through CCPSOnline that allows students to complete high school course requirements in an accelerated format. Schools identify students who, for a variety of reasons, require personalized solutions to meet their anticipated graduation timeline. CCPSOnline works with the school to provide a licensed teacher, courseware and student supports. Ask your school counselor for details.