The State College Area School District started offering virtual learning opportunities to our students starting in the summer of 2011. The virtual school is an independent learning environment whose integrity is the main responsibility of the student. Any questions in regard to this integrity will be handled on an individual basis. All SCASD academic integrity policies also apply to courses taken in the virtual school.
Virtual Flex Courses:
The State College School District is offering a small selection of individual courses to State High students. The purpose of these courses is to increase the flexibility of scheduling for State High students. There is a cost associated with these course. Click here for more information.
The State College Area School District began offering a full-time Virtual Academy for students in grades 9-12 at the beginning of the 2011-12 school year. Students enrolled in the academy will not be taking any classes at State High but will be eligible for extracurricular activities at State High. There is no cost for students enrolled in the Virtual Academy. Please call 231-1002 for more information.
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Agricultural sciences teacher Paul Heasley now is a distinguished figure at State High in another way. An award-winning educator in the high school’s Career and Technical Center, Heasley will be honored Thursday as this year’s State College Area High School Alumni Association’s Distinguished Alumnus.
The U.S. Department of Ed. has designated Lemont/Houserville a National Blue Ribbon School, placing it among 342 schools so honored for their academic excellence or progress in closing achievement gaps.
If there’s one constant in SCASD kindergarten classes, it’s change. Whole group activities. Small group learning. Projects with partners. Mini-lessons. Guided readings. Read alouds. Imaginative play. Outside play. Makerspace time. Math games. Singing. Dancing.