Low Country Virtual offers Honors level courses as well as English I for 8th graders for high-school credit. To enroll in honors & high-school level courses, students must have approval from his/her home school district.
Low Country Virtual offers Honors level courses as well as Algebra I & Geometry for high school credit. To enroll in a honors & high-school credit level courses, students must have approval of his/her home school district.
Low Country Virtual offers Honors level courses in science. Students whose district offer high-school credit bearing courses for science in grade 8 have the option of enrolling in those courses in Low Country Virtual. To enroll in honors & high-school level courses, students must have approval from his/her home school district.
Low Country Virtual offers Honors level courses in social studies. To enroll in honors level courses, students must have approval from his/her home school district
Low Country Virtual believes that strong academics and a curriculum that places emphasis on college and career readiness can help students build a strong foundation for future success. Because of these beliefs, our middle school electives offer the typical middle school offerings and also focus on career exploration and an introduction to the jobs that exist in the Palmetto State. In addition to the art, music, and physical education courses that students typically take in middle school, we offer courses that focus on career explorations, health sciences, computer coding, and a workplace and internship readiness course that looks at the knowledge, skills, and dispositions employers in the Palmetto State have identified as being key to success. You can read more about these offerings below.
Music classes at LCV consist of an interactive curriculum that focuses on age appropriate instruction, concepts, and music learning. We place importance on learning about music of many different cultures and genres all packaged in an easily accessible online format. Students get the opportunity to make their own instruments and play them in a variety of styles, as well as performing some related arts such as movement and dances!
How do you pick a career path when you’re not sure what’s even out there?
This course allows you to begin exploring options in fields such as teaching, business, government, hospitality, health science, IT, and more! You’ll align your interests, wants, and needs to career possibilities, including the required education for each. Let’s find a pathway that works for you.
Exploring Health Sciences
Where do healthcare workers spend their days? What do they really do?
From cruise ships to sports arenas, you can find healthcare workers in many places that you might not expect. Explore this field, including what it would be like to work in a medical lab. Learn what it takes to keep you and your patients safe, and begin to learn about the human body and basic first-aid. This course also connects with regional healthcare workers so that students can learn from healthcare professionals
Workplace & Internship Readiness
Starting your first “real” job can be intimidating, but when you know what to expect and learn how to be successful, you’ll feel confident!
Discover how to build a well-rounded set of employability and personal leadership skills that allow you to guide your own career. Learn how to communicate with others, take initiative, set goals, problem-solve, research different career options, and envision your own personal career path. Get ready to create a powerful launching pad that will help you blast off into a great first job experience!