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Transform Your Academics with Catholic Virtual

Your school receives a customized education solution designed to fit your student's academic, social, and religious needs.

The Catholic Virtual curriculum is designed with online learning in mind and meets the rigorous standards and benchmarks issued by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

As a fully accredited American Catholic school provider, we offer online and blended learning program options molded to fit your school’s unique needs and goals.

Academic programs at Catholic Virtual can include:

  • Fully interactive K-12 programs with customizable content
  • Weekly lectures and office hours for students from Catholic trained teachers
  • Tech support from Catholic Virtual experts
    • Real-time analytics and reporting
    • Fully hosted and integrated platforms
    • Teacher customization portal
    • Student progress monitoring
  • Training and resources for your staff

Course Offerings Perfect for Your Students

With Catholic Virtual, you can personalize and customize your students’ online learning path. Our curriculum includes a well-rounded variety of course offerings. In addition to core subjects like Math, Science, Social Studies and English, we offer exciting elective options to your students, including: 

  • American Sign Language
  • College and Career Readiness
  • Financial Literacy
  • World Geography and Cultures
  • JavaScript Game Design
  • And more!

BROWSE OUR PROGRAMS

We're Not Just a Solution, We're a Catholic School!

We understand the needs of our partner schools because we are a Catholic School–lead by passionate Catholic educators.

Bring online learning to your Catholic School!

Learn more about Catholic Virtual and our learning platform.

[Teachers] were always present, motivating me; making me believe that I can make it… I received encouraging words from them that were exactly what I needed to hear to keep giving 100% of my efforts.

-Esteban Serrano, graduate