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DoDEA VS: Supplemental Option

DVHS Supplemental Option

Welcome to the DoDEA Virtual School Supplemental Option. Our original model of fully accredited online asynchronous courses with synchronous support by full-time DoDEA certified teachers has been offered as a supplemental option to DoDEA students world-wide in grades 9 -12 since 2010. We offer over 85 courses, to include core classes, Advanced Placement courses and electives which are all aligned to DoDEA College and Career Readiness Standards.

Enrollment

Students interested in enrolling in supplemental DVHS courses should contact their local DoDEA high school counselor or the Non-DoD Schools Program (NDSP) Office in their geographic location to initiate course requests. All requests will be forwarded to DVHS staff to place students in coursework according to course and teacher availability at the time of course request and contingent upon DoDEA eligibility.

Supplemental Course Offerings

Please click each subject area to see courses offered to students enrolled in the DVHS Supplemental program. For a printable version, select the link below.

DVHS Course Offerings School Year 2021-2022 - Printable version

Course Name Grade Length
Bus & Personal Finance (Fall/Spring) 10-12 18 weeks
Java I (Fall/Spring) 10-12 18 weeks
Java II (Spring) 10-12 18 weeks
Coding I (Fall, Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
Coding II (Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
Web Design (Fall/Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
Marketing and Entrepreneurship (Fall/Spring) 10-12 18 weeks
AP Computer Science A+ 11-12 36 weeks
Course Name Grade Length
Language Arts 9 9-12 36 weeks
Language Arts 10 10-12 36 weeks
Language Arts 11 11-12 36 weeks
Language Arts 11A (Spring) 11-12 18 weeks
Language Arts 11B (Fall) 11-12 18 weeks
Language Arts 12 12 36 weeks
Language Arts 12A (Spring) 12 18 weeks
Language Arts 12B (Fall) 12 18 weeks
AP English Language and Comp.+ 11-12 36 weeks
AP English Literature and Comp.+ 11-12 36 weeks
Course Name Grade Length
Music Appreciation (Fall/Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
Art Appreciation (Fall/Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
Digital Photography (Fall/Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
Humanities (Fall/Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
Course Name Grade Length
Accelerated Math 7/8 7 36 weeks
Accelerated Math 8/Algebra I 8 36 weeks
Algebra I 9-12 36 weeks
Algebra II 10-12 36 weeks
Algebra IIA (Spring) 10-12 18 weeks
Geometry 8-12 36 weeks
Financial Algebra A (Fall) 10-12 18 weeks
Financial Algebra B (Spring) 10-12 18 weeks
Trigonometry (Fall) 10-12 18 weeks
Trigonometry (Spring) 10-12 18 weeks
Pre-Calculus 11-12 36 weeks
AP Statistics+ 11-12 36 weeks
AP Calculus AB+ 11-12 36 weeks
AP Calculus BC+ 11-12 36 weeks
Course Name Grade Length
P. E. Activity & Nutrition (Fall/Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
Health Ed (Fall/Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
P. E. Lifetime Sports (Spring) 9-12 18 weeks
P. E. Personal Fitness (Fall) 9-12 18 weeks
Course Name Grade Length
Biology 9-12 36 weeks
Environmental Science 9-12 36 weeks
Chemistry 10-12 36 weeks
Physics 10-12 36 weeks
Marine Biology 10-12 36 weeks
AP Physics 1+ 11-12 36 weeks
AP Physics C+ 11-12 36 weeks
AP Environmental Science+ 11-12 36 weeks
Course Name Grade Length
Global Studies 9 9-12 36 weeks
Global Studies 10 10-12 36 weeks
Economics (Fall/Spring) 10 -12 18 weeks
Sociology (Fall/Spring) 10-12 18 weeks
Psychology (Fall/Spring) 11-12 18 weeks
U.S. History 11 11-12 36 weeks
U.S. Government 12 12 18 weeks
AP World History+ 10-12 36 weeks
AP Human Geography+ 9-12 36 weeks
AP Psychology+ 11-12 36 weeks
AP U.S. History+ 11-12 36 weeks
AP Macroeconomics+ 11-12 36 weeks
Course Name Grade Length
French I 8-12 36 weeks
French II 8-12 36 weeks
French Ill 9-12 36 weeks
French IV 9-12 36 weeks
German I 9-12 36 weeks
German II 8-12 36 weeks
German Ill 9-12 36 weeks
German IV 9-12 36 weeks
AP German Language+ 11-12 36 weeks
Japanese I 9-12 36 weeks
Japanese II 9-12 36 weeks
Japanese Ill 9-12 36 weeks
Japanese IV 9-12 36 weeks
Spanish I 7-12 36 weeks
Spanish II 8-12 36 weeks
Spanish Ill 9-12 36 weeks
Spanish IV 9-12 36 weeks
AP Spanish Language+ 11-12 36 weeks

Role of the Facilitator for the DVHS Supplemental Program

In addition to interacting with your online instructor, a facilitator provides monitoring as needed to ensure student success and serves as a liaison between the online teacher and student.

Facilitators provide support by:

  • Encouraging students to communicate with instructors, to stay on task, and to meet course deadlines.
  • Communicating with DVHS instructor(s), local administration and counselors regarding student status (i.e. extended absences or illness, extenuating circumstances, withdrawal).
  • Being located in the same classroom/area where students are participating in coursework via computers.
  • Monitoring DVHS student progress via grade reports and take an interest in the student's progress in the course.
  • Proctoring assessments to include tests and exams.
  • Liaising with parents and communicate as appropriate to DVHS staff.
  • Providing limited technical assistance as appropriate and coordinate with Educational Technologists (local and DVHS) as needed.