Below are some frequently asked questions that parent have had about NC Virtual Public School. Please click on the question to view related answers.

NCVPS sends student grades directly to the student's local school. The local school awards credit and provides the transcript. This is done to maintain the security of a student's private information. To gain access to a student's grades, you can contact the e-Learning Advisor and/or Guidance Counselor at the local school and he/she can provide that information to you.
Please contact the advisor at your son/daughter's school and have them open an online ticket. Due to state and federal regulations, we have to correspond with officials at the local school with grade issues or personal issues. As soon as we receive the ticket from the school, we will try our best to resolve the issue.
NCVPS registration opens in March for all of the next academic year.  Specific dates can be found by visiting the calendar link on the NCVPS website: Calendars . Registration is done through the school, so you should also check back with your school to find out specific processes and policies your school follows for registration, as they may have additional scheduling calendars.
Non-public school student policies for registration and enrollment can be found on our Non-Public School Student page.

NCAA

Yes, our courses do meet NCAA standards. You can see the approved list of NCVPS courses on the NCAA website and searching STATE: North Carolina, CITY: Raleigh; SCHOOLS: North Carolina Virtual Pub Sch. If you are a school and need more information on how to document the course on a student's transcript, the following Quick Reference Guide (QRG) shows the NCAA approval process.
NCVPS does not provide transcripts because the school who enrolled the student in the online course is considered the North Carolina "school of record" and awards the credit for the student. If they are requesting the transcript, please go back to the North Carolina school who enrolled the student and ask them to provide a transcript indicating the student took the online course with NCVPS. The school has been provided information on how to record this information so that the NCAA will accept this information without asking for further information from the student. The North Carolina school must make sure they designate that the online course is from NCVPS for example - Math I and not just ONLINE Math I.
The North Carolina Virtual Public School is listed as an approved school on the website. You can find NCVPS by using the following listing for our school: North Carolina Virtual Pub Sch
No, you must send this form directly to the North Carolina school that enrolled you into the NCVPS Course. NCVPS does not provide transcripts since we are a supplemental program and not considered the North Carolina "school of record".