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The SOL Academy is for any student who passed a class but did not pass the corresponding SOL end-of-course test.  These are students who are planning to get a standard or advanced high school diploma. 

The W!se Academy is open to any student who passed the Economics and Personal Finance (EPF) course, but failed the corresponding W!SE test and needs a CTE credential to graduate.

(Contact your student’s school counselor if you have questions about diploma status.)

**Students taking Reading, Writing, Social Studies or Math will need to contact the testing coordinator at their high school about testing.  Students taking W!se will test on the last day of the academy.

Virtual Offerings

School year academies will be virtual only until further notice. Students will register via the links on this page, and the academy teacher will send a Canvas course invitation to students via email.  These courses will be teacher facilitated with synchronous learning opportunities.  All testing will occur at the students’ home high school.  Students should consult with their counselors or the testing coordinator at their schools for the test dates and times.

Virtual Courses:All virtual classes will be teacher led with both synchronous and asynchronous instruction.  Each academy runs from 3:40 – 5:40 on the dates outlined.  Once a student registers, the teacher will send a Canvas class invitation before the start of the course  via the email the student provided in the registration form .SOL Virtual Academy

  • Week 1 – January 18-20 (Testing Jan. 21)
  • Week 2 – January 24-27 (Testing Jan. 28)


Math Registration

Science Registration

Social Studies Registration



Email – solacademy@ccpsnet.net

2021-22 SOL/W!SE Fast Facts

Bus Information

Student Resources



Karen Watson, M.Ed.Summer Programs and Academies Specialist
Chesterfield County Public Schools