Welcome to NVLA.
Nevada Learning Academy at CCSD has set the standard for online learning in the Clark County School District and Nevada. NVLA's innovative approach creates learning opportunities and options for middle and high school students. We offer students an alternative path to graduation by delivering a rigorous curriculum and educational support. As the premier public online learning institution, Nevada Learning Academy students and graduates possess 21st Century skills and are “College and Career Ready”. Our mission is to provide exemplary online learning experiences that inspire and prepare students for success in the global economy.
The Clark County School District began offering Distance Education opportunities to its students in 1991. Vegas PBS, formerly known as KLVX, delivered pre-recorded lessons via video tape and TV. As technology evolved so did distance education and, in 2013, we became the Nevada Learning Academy at CCSD (NVLA).
NVLA merges distance education and digital education. NVLA serves all Nevada students and assists students toward reaching their goal of graduation.
The Nevada Learning Academy at CCSD is a tuition-free online secondary public school, providing opportunities for students in grades 6-12 to engage in online courses to enhance their learning experience. With a full catalog of online middle and high school courses to choose from, including honors, Advanced Placement®, Career Pathways and other college preparatory courses. At NVLA, our students benefit from an individualized program tailored to meet their educational goals.
News & Events.
NVLA partners with VegasPBSMay 5, 2018
MS StuCo earns Spirit of Nevada AwardMay 2, 2018
Free Gen-Cyber Summer CampApril 18, 2018
Check out the ACT AcademyApril 13, 2018
June 1, 2018 at 9:00 am
I like NVLA because I get a better learning experience and a better understanding of what I am learning than in traditional school. I also like that NVLA is just online, I love that I can do school at any time and on my own time. I love how my grades have progressed and are better this semester in online school than last semester at traditional school. I am successful in French because my grandma speaks a little bit and it helps me get the right pronunciation of the language. Also, I take notes on the modules and make flash cards so I can have a good memorization of the lesson. This all helps me get good grades, especially the grades I’ve been wanting. I’m glad I switched to NVLA.
Today’s cutting-edge, rigorous and relevant career and technical education (CTE) prepares high school students for a wide range of high-wage, high-skill, high-demand careers. High school students involved in CTE are more engaged, perform better and graduate at higher rates.