WELCOME NEW STUDENTS!
Our primary purpose is to help you achieve your success. Sinousa High School’s Admissions Department consults with each student, parent, and educator to provide them with the resolution after which students may enroll in various High School Programs at SinoUSA Virtual High School.
Full-Time High School Students
Full-time students attend SVHS with the intention of graduating and receiving a diploma; full-time students are required to register for six courses per year. The following materials are required for full-time student enrollment:
SVHS assumes no responsibility for courses taken in duplication prior to receipt and review of a student's official transcripts. The SVHS staff will work with parents/guardians to ensure that all admissions requirements are met. As part of graduation requirements, all SVHS students must meet the requirements of 22.5 credits to earn a diploma.
Part-time students take SVHS classes as a supplement to another program or course of study. Part-time students typically take one to two courses per semester. These students may take SVHS courses for a variety of reasons including remediation, acceleration, special examination preparation, college acceptance, or general enrichment.
Part-time students who wish to transfer SVHS credits to their high school must present an approved Course Transferability Verification Form to the SVHS. The transferability of credit is not determined by SVHS, but by the student's primary institution. Upon request, SVHS staff is available to consult with counselors at the student's school institution to provide information regarding SVHS courses and curriculum. The following materials are required for part-time students to be enrolled into SVHS:
* We welcome students from different countries. If you are not in the U.S. and interested in enrolling in our school. Please call the counselor at 1-702-9903555, or send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill the request form.
Students with Disabilities
SVHS complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Accordingly, qualified persons with disabilities may not, on the basis of that disability, be denied admission or subjected to discrimination in admission decisions. Further, no qualified student with a disability, on the basis of that disability, may be excluded from any academic, research, counseling, financial assistance, or other secondary education program or activity that SVHS provides to all students.
Non-High School Aged Students
Nontraditional high school aged students are students who do not fall within the general ages of a typical high school student (12-18). Middle school-aged students who are prepared to advance and have met all prerequisites for specific courses are eligible to take individually identified courses. Adult-aged high school students are eligible to take SVHS high school courses through the SVHS Continuing Education program, which also leads toward an accredited high school diploma.
We enroll students in the courses through the Membership system. Students will register for the courses by themselves.
Here are the steps for class sign-up.
1. Create an account on our website.
2. Send the required materials at email@example.com.
4. Pay the tuition with PayPal.
5. Access the courses by clicking the menu "My course" under the menu item "Student Registration". (Log in to see this menu)
Courses offered to high school students:
Important Dates for 2018-2019 School Year
Monday, January 7 Semester Begins
Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (No School)
Monday, February 18 Presidents' Day Observed (No School)
Friday, March 22 Staff Professional Development (No School)
Friday, April 12 Spring Break Begins–End of Day (No School April 15–April 19)
Monday, April 22 Staff Professional Development (No School)
Tuesday, April 23 Classes Resume
Friday, May 17 Staff Professional Development (No School)
Thursday, May 23 Last Day of School
Monday, May 27 Memorial Day Holiday (No School)
Fri, Tues, Wed, Contingency Days (if needed)
May 24 ,28, 29
Part-time students may enroll in SVHS's programs at any time of the year. There are no set class start dates, and students do not need to wait until the beginning of a new session or new semester. All courses offered are flexible and self-paced. Actual completion time varies by student.