Virtual Public School Opens in Yavapai County Specializing in Vocational Partnerships
Yavapai County— 11/2/2021 — Do you know a student looking for a local online alternative or who is seeking a career in the trades? Sultan Virtual Academy is a free, online, K-12, public school based in Yavapai County. SVA offers an exceptional online education for elementary and middle school students. Sultan also provides the flexibility high school students need who are looking to go into the trades.
Partnership with Local Trade Schools
As part of the Bagdad Unified school system, Sultan Virtual Academy offers full integration with the Mountain Institute Career and Technical Education (MICTED) program in Prescott and the Valley Academy for Career and Technology Education (VACTE) program in Cottonwood for high school students who are interested in vocational training.
Through these courses, students can compete in today’s highly skilled workforce. They can prepare for industry certification while earning college credits in diverse program areas. The flexible schedule and wide range of opportunities are some of the reasons Yavapai County families enjoy Sultan Virtual Academy.
“Not only is Sultan a top-tier online school but one thing I really love about SVA is the unique partners we have with Freeport-McMoRan Copper and Gold.” said Ray Barton, principle at Sultan. “Students who are interested in a high-paying career can be part of a 2-year mining internship that includes training to be a Diesel Technician and Industrial Machine Mechanic as well as a variety of opportunities in electrical & instrumentation technology.”
Sultan Virtual Academy has openings available right now.
Their high-quality curriculum includes the very best high-impact instructional practices. Yavapai County students will be given every tool they need to succeed in a digital learning environment. Plus, they will have the flexibility they need in order to be part of local vocational schools. Elementary and Middle school programs are also available for students looking for a free, public-school alternative.
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