Raleigh County Schools offering homeschooled students a way to earning a high school diploma



Through the virtual education option, students in grades 9-12 are provided course opportunities consistent with the West Virginia Board of Education’s academic standards, curriculum frameworks and assessments.

A policy detailing requirements for participation in the virtual education option as well as an application for enrollment are available at https://boe.rale.k12.wv.us/Domain/2289. As noted in the policy, homeschooled students participating in the district’s virtual education option :

  1. students are eligible to participate in extracurricular activities, provided they meet eligibility and residency requirements.

 2. students receive reasonable accommodations of student support, and (3) receive counseling and guidance services.

Should you believe that the district’s virtual education option may be of potential benefit to your child, you are encouraged to complete the application.


Should you have any questions or need additional information regarding the virtual education option, please contact Randy Adkins, Assistant Superintendent, by telephone at (304) 256-4500, ext. 3305

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