Live Instruction FAQs

How do schools inquire & procure PLI programs?

The regional sales rep can be contacted through the PLI website to receive reference information.

What accreditation do PLI courses have?

We are AdvancED and NCAA accredited. We can provide proof of accreditation at request.

What is the format of your live instruction courses?

We provide scheduled live instruction online classes where students meet as a class with their teacher for the lesson for that day.

How many credits are your courses worth?

Our courses are for 1 full high school credit or .5 per half level of a course. For example, ASL Level 1 is the full course and is worth 1 credit. ASL 1A is the first half of the level 1 course and is worth .5 credit.

How do students receive credit from their respective school(s)?

You can also see we are AdvancED accredited as well as our other certifications. The school will be there issuer of credit in most cases. If needed PLI can issue a transcript for a student as well.

How does the PLI program work with traditional school days?

We will customize to the school’s bell schedule. They will instruct us as to when the classes will take place. The class will be treated just like a class at school except will be online.

How do you determine the class schedule?

We will customize to the school’s schedule for the face-to-face class times.

Do we offer substitute teaching via web conferencing?

We do not offer short-term, short-notice substitutes. We do provide substitute teaching for planned leaves of absences, such as maternity leave.

Who do I contact for curriculum, enrollment, grade, and accreditation questions?

Myken Caviness
Director of Implementation
mcaviness@proxlearn.com
800.524.8570 Ext. 801

Charlotte Ogburn
Senior Manager of Implementation
cogburn@proxlearn.com
800.524.8570 Ext. 807

Sefina Lucki
Manager of Implementation
slucki@proxlearn.com
240-780-8914

Virtual Public School FAQs

What is the Virtual Public School?

This is an opportunity to virtually attend a public school in Louisiana. Since the student would be enrolled in a public school, this is a free service. You can find more information about this program here.

Is this available in states other than Louisiana?

Currently we are pre-registering people who would be interested in this program in states outside of Louisiana.

Where will this be available in the future?

Please sign up here to receive updates on new opportunities in your area.

Who is this for?

This option is for students who are currently enrolled or were enrolled last semester in a public school in Louisiana.

How can I enroll?

In order to enroll your child in St. Helena Parish School District you must call Maci Washington at 504-343-3145 to initiate this process.

Can I get a GED or take the HiSET from this?

This program is only available for students in high school to be granted a high school diploma. More information about how to study for and take the HiSET in Louisiana here and here.

Where do I get the transcript for my child?

Please follow the directions on this site.

What is the deadline to enroll a student in this program?

The deadline to enroll in Virtual School at St. Helena is October 1st 2019.

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