Katy Virtual School
The Katy ISD Virtual School's primary objective is to expand the learning opportunities for our students by offering choice and flexibility for challenging online courses developed by Katy ISD.
Online learning is an essential part of today's learning culture that can provide our students with the opportunity to acquire required credit from anywhere and at any time. Online learning offers the unique experience of self-directed learning that will instill advanced learning skills as well as the Katy ISD Instructional Cornerstones in our students and better prepare them for life and college. In today's world, this model of learning is increasingly in high demand and is a cost effective way to deliver instruction. It is a worthwhile investment in the future of our students and eventually can be self-sustained financially.
***Summer 1st semester begins May 27. Log in MyKaty and search for the Canvas tile. ***
Students: Check you Katy ISD email address for information on access your course.
Registration opens for Summer 2020, Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 registration on February 1, 2020 at 7AM.
Why Take Online Courses through the Katy ISD Virtual School (KVS)
- Provide flexibility in scheduling: participate in multiple programs (i.e. Fine Arts, Athletics), earn required credits toward graduation, and explore additional academic interests.
- Fulfill state required courses for graduation when moving into Katy ISD from outside the state of Texas
- Provide online learning environments to prepare students for college and career learning
- Ongoing access to resources to support personalized learning
- Opportunity to access courses that are not offered on home campus due to low enrollment
- Allow summer students to attend specialized programs, camps, and explore personal interests
- Courses are aligned to the Katy ISD curriculum and are taught by Katy ISD teachers.
- KVS is an approved College Board online provider of Advanced Placement (AP) courses.
- KVS is an approved NCAA non-traditional provider. Courses count towards initial eligibility.