Greetings Virtual School Parents,
DoDEA is focused on ensuring that we continue to provide options for students to participate in DoDEA-CAS assessments in SY20-21. These options have been reviewed for considerations for test design, purpose, and implementation procedures as well as guidelines and protocols for establishing and maintaining safe school environments that reduce the risk of COVID-19 virus spread. It is important for us to track academic achievement of all students even during these challenging times. Many of our Virtual School students have received dates and times for their upcoming summative assessments from their brick and mortar schools. Students are highly encouraged to take the summative assessments at their local brick and mortar school. DVS teachers will provide students extended time to complete assignments or excuse them from those assignments (while they are testing). By having our students take these assessments, DoDEA will be able to track progress and direct resources as needed.
The DoDEA Virtual School thanks you for your continued support.
The Virtual School
The DoDEA Virtual High School 2021 Summer School program will begin June 18 and end on July 29.
Summer School registration dates for full-time virtual option students are April 19 - May 10. Registration will be open for all others May 17 - June 14.
Summer registration is open first for those DVS full-time virtual option students who took 5 or fewer classes in school year 2020-21 and need a credit to stay on grade level. Summer school registrations will be initiated by the local brick and mortar school counselor.
If a summer school student is planning on being absent for any time this summer, for example, for a family vacation or a camp, please contact the DVS administration at DVHS.email@example.com or by phone at 703-630-1990 before beginning the class. We are located on MCB Quantico in Virginia in the EDT time zone.
Use this form to request technical support. The first available Educational Technologist will respond.
DoDEA Virtual School (DVS) provides interactive and engaging instruction that prepares students to learn, work, and serve a global society. DVS is comprised of these programs: Virtual Option K-12, DoDEA Virtual High School (DVHS) Supplemental, DVHS Expanded Eligibility Pilot Program (E2P2), Non-DoD Schools Program (NDSP), and the Domestic Transition Program.
For eligibility requirements for DVS, please visit the DoDEA Eligibility page.
DoDEA Virtual School
3308 John Quick Road
Quantico, VA 22134
Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia
To Educate, Engage, and Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
To provide interactive and engaging instruction that prepares students to learn, work, and serve a global society.School Improvement Plan