General FAQs

What grades are offered by Arkansas Virtual Academy (ARVA)?

ARVA serves Arkansas students in grades K–12.

What subjects will my child study?

Does ARVA provide textbooks and other instructional materials?

Can my child work at their own pace?

How much time do students spend on the computer?

Do you provide curriculum for children with special needs?

Depending on your child’s IEP, we should be able to tailor instruction to meet your child’s needs. See below for additional information about rights and responsibilities regarding the education of a child on an IEP:

Can you accommodate the accelerated learning needs of my advanced learner?

How do students interact socially?

Will this program intrude into my home?

Does ARVA accept students who have been expelled from another Arkansas public school?

According to state law, ARVA is a public school and does not have to accept students who have been expelled from an Arkansas public school. Students who have been expelled from an Arkansas public school and submit an enrollment application to ARVA will be considered on an individual basis. Parents are responsible for informing ARVA upon initial submission of the enrollment application if their student has been expelled from school.