More military children are eligible to take courses through the Department of Defense Education Activity’s Virtual High School, thanks to legislation being implemented this school year.
Children of active-duty service members who are attending a public school or other accredited educational program this fall in the U.S. can enroll in courses through the DoDEA Virtual High School, if they just left an overseas DoDEA school program. They must have attended an overseas DoDEA school program immediately prior to enrolling in Virtual High School courses in conjunction with their school in the U.S.
The goal is to allow students to complete coursework started overseas, or to solve a scheduling conflict with other required courses.
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