Wichita Virtual School

  • Grades K-12


    Who We Are:

    Wichita Virtual School is a competency-based program where three-to-four courses are taken per quarter with target dates for completion. Additionally, students and their stakeholders receive progress reports weekly via Connections or Edgenuity, which are computer-based curricula. Real time access for progress monitoring is also available.


    Students are required to attend Timberwolf Time once a week from 9:00 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. Freshmen and Sophomores attend on Tuesdays, Juniors on Wednesdays and Seniors on Thursdays or Fridays. 


    Want to know if Wichita Virtual School is right for you?

     Do you:

    • Like one-on-one attention
    • Like the freedom to spend more time on certain subjects
    • Prefer to learn and study at home rather than in a traditional classroom
    • Prefer to work on school outside of regular school hours



    This video provides an overview of the orientation in Edgenuity.




    This video describes how courses structured and how the content is delivered.


    If this sounds like you, then an individualized educational experience is within your reach in our online environment.


    Click apply to start your next journey.


    Frequently Asked Questions


    What is a virtual school?

     At Wichita Virtual School (WVS), students take online classes with instruction from certified teachers.


    What if my child needs help?

     At WVS, Kansas certified teachers are available to assist students and parents in a variety of ways: online, email, by phone, or in person.


    Is my child eligible to enroll in Wichita Virtual School?

     WVS serves in the Wichita metropolitan area in grades K-12.


    How would my child benefit from attending Wichita Virtual School?

    At WVS, your child will be given an unprecedented degree of accessibility, flexibility, and assistance which provides the opportunity to be prepared for his/her next level of education. This means your child will receive a great deal of personal attention from teachers, learn in a safe environment, and have a quality education that helps each student achieve his or her highest potential.


    Is Wichita Virtual School accredited?

    Yes, our curriculum is approved by the Kansas Department of Education and meets all state standards.


    Do I need to own a computer to attend?

    At WVS, students may rent a computer hardware, such as a laptop, after paying a small technology fee. The technology provided is instructional property and must be returned when the student leaves WVS. We also provide free technical and troubleshooting support. Families must provide their own internet.


    Are students involved in state testing?

    Yes, all WVS students are required to take all district and state assessments.