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Frequently Asked Questions about Blended and Online Learning

Vista Visions Academy FAQs

  1. What is a Blended and Online Study Program?
  2. Do students attend classes taught on campus?
  3. What extracurricular activities are available at VVA?
  4. Who can attend VVA?
  5. How do I ...more

Vista Visions Academy; Forging New Ground with Blended Learning

By: Ray Huard

Nicole Trousset was looking for something different for her three children’s education.

“They always did well in school, but were incredibly stressed out,” Trousset said.

She wanted ...more

Blended Learning?

We typically refer to the Clayton Christenson Institute for our definition. Please let us know if you have any questions.

Christenson Institute

What's Going on at VVA?

Architects of Learning


Beautiful Speech by Recent Graduate, Karina Hinojosa, to the VUSD School Board

Thank you Dr. Vodicka, board members and members of the audience. My name is Karina Hinojosa and I am the student board member representative for Vista Visions Academy. VVA is a Kindergarten through ...more

Vista Visions - Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School

What is a Common Sense Digital Citizenship: Certified School?

A Common Sense Digital Citizenship: Certified School is dedicated to teaching digital literacy and citizenship to young people using Common Sense Education materials.  Vista Visions had met the criteria to be certified in Digital Citizenship. Our students on-line safety is important to all of us. 


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Are You Ready for On-Line Learning?

Is On-Line Learning for your child? Please refer to this Palomar College resource that walks through what it takes to be prepared for online learning.  Covering time requirements, computer skills, personal skills (habits of mind & ability to self-direct), and learning skills.  


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PTA Newsletter February 8

Our PTA Newsletter is being sent out through email. If you are not getting the emails, please let Selena in our office know immediately so we can get you on our list.

Erin English