• SCUC ISD Virtual Learning Academy 21-22

    Senate Bill 15 (SB 15), signed by Governor Abbott on September 9, 2021, grants local school districts the ability to provide district-created virtual learning programs with funding based on attendance. After careful consideration of the requirements and rules associated with SB 15, SCUC ISD is offering a virtual learning option for students in grades Kindergarten-6th grade. This opportunity will begin in November 2021 for students who qualify and who applied by the October 1, 2021 application deadline. 


    The application is still open; all applications recieved after October 1, 2021 at 11:59PM are placed on a wait list. Applicants will recieve notification on a rolling basis when a seat becomes available.  The SCUC ISD Virtual Learning Academy application is here: LINK. 


    In this new virtual learning program, students will not be assigned to a home campus or SCUC ISD teacher; a third party vendor will provide the virtual instruction. Because the program is designed to allow studnets to remain safe while learning at home, students will only be asked to be on-site at an SCUC campus for district and state mandated tests such as NWEA MAP and STAAR. 


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  • FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
  • SCUC ISD Asynchronous Learning Plan 2021-2022
Virtual Learning Academy FAQs
  • Q: We missed the deadline to apply! Can we still sign up for SCUC ISD Virtual Learning Academy?

  • Q: If we sign up for SCUC ISD Virtual Learning Academy, can we change our mind and request to go back to in-person instruction?

  • Q: Which 3rd Party Vendor will be providing SCUC ISD Virtual Academy?

  • Q: My child is currently in Pre-K in SCUC ISD. Is my child eligible to attend Virtual Learning Academy?

  • Q: If my child was in Pre-Kindergarten in 2020-2021, and in a public school system, will he/she be eligible for Virtual Learning?

  • Q: If my student is in kindergarten, how will you determine their eligibility for SCUC ISD Virtual Learning Academy? He/she doesn't have grades or attendance from the 2021-2022 school year because he/she didn’t attend Pre-K in a Texas school district last year.

  • Q: What if my child does not qualify for Virtual Learning but he/she has a severe medical condition that would require my student to not attend classes on-campus?

  • Q: My child did not take the STAAR last year but he/she was in 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th grade. How will he/she take the equivalent exam?

  • Q: What are the eligibility requirements for SCUC ISD Virtual Learning Academy?

  • Q: Where do I apply for SCUC ISD Virtual Learning Academy and what is the initial window for taking applications?