Lebanon Virtual Academy

Lebanon Virtual Academy

The Lebanon Virtual Academy (LVA) is the exclusive, full-service, online-education provider of the Lebanon School District.  Currently, LVA serves full and part-time online learners in grades 6 through 12; furthermore, provides credit recovery, degree advancement and curriculum enhancement to students of all ages within the district.  Through a partnership with the IU-13, the Lebanon Virtual Academy provides students with the technology, support and mentors needed to ensure success and achievement in the cyber classroom.

Key feature of the Lebanon Virtual Academy:

Stay enrolled in the Lebanon School District – This allows you to earn a diploma from Lebanon High School, attend the Lebanon County Career and Technology Center, as well as participate in Cedar athletics and extracurricular activities.

Flexible learning options – Your learning program and curriculum is adapted to fit your needs. Learn at the right pace for you, at the time and place that you choose.

Highly engaging curriculum – The online curriculum is state-of-the-art and designed to be engaging, fun, and to target multiple learning styles.

Pursue your interests – Choose from a wide variety of courses and electives designed to allow students to pursue their academic interests, and develop a path for success after high school.

Proven methods combined with innovative techniques – LVA is backed by Intermediate Unit 13 and Edison Learning, one of the most experienced teams in online learning, with over 18 years of proven results and leading innovation in education.

Academic excellence – We believe that rigorous, well-rounded curriculum with a strong base in Math, Science and Technology is the key to success in the 21st century global economy. We make science fun and interesting! Students can select from a broad range of courses you won’t find at other schools like Forensics, Sports Medicine, and HTML.

Materials provided to full time LVA students – All fulltime virtual students will be loaned a computer with all of the software needed, and a printer. Families will be reimbursed for Internet costs.

Amy O’Byle
Coordinator of the Lebanon Virtual Academy
717.273.9391, Ext. 1621
[email protected]
Alexandra Vazquez
Program Assistant for the Lebanon Virtual Academy
717.273.9391, Ext. 6856
[email protected]