News Brief: Clayton County Schools to Offer Virtual Learning for the 2021-2022 School Year

Starting in the 2021-2022 school year, Clayton County Schools will implement a school-based virtual learning program to provide parents with the flexibility of a full-time at-home option for their children in grades 3-12. Students who are accepted will be enrolled at their zoned school; however, all of their instruction will be virtual. Students will engage in daily synchronous and asynchronous learning activities.

“It is important that our parents/guardians have full confidence in their child(ren) education, especially in light of the unique, non-traditional instruction their child(ren) received during the 2020-2021 school year,” said Dr. Morecease J. Beasley, CCPS Superintendent. “By offering the School Based Virtual Learning Program we are providing our parents/guardians a choice that will allow them to select the instructional model that best fits the needs of their respective families.”

The deadline for parents to apply are due by May 14 and can be found at

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