NVLA Upcoming Events.

Building Summer Hours

Registration- 7:30 am-1:30 pm

Chromebook Returns-7:30 am-2:30 pm

Registration 2022-23 school year
Summer School technology return dates


    Summer School classes

    Tues, May 31, 2022–Tues, July 12, 2022
    All coursework must be completed and submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, July 8, 2022.  
    Summer School final exam day is Tues, July 12, 2022, by 11:59 p.m.

    '22-'23 Technology Deployment

    We will start issuing technology for the 2022-23 school year on Monday, July 25, 2022 by appointment.

    Students must be enrolled in NVLA full-time to check out Technology items. Parent must also complete the Mobile Technology agreement before they arrive to pick-up the Technology.

    NVLA Newsletters.

    Registration for 2022-23 school year

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    NVLA 2022-23 Enrollment start Monday, April 25th 

    On Monday, April 25th, the Online Registration (OLR) will open to complete registration for the 2022-2023 school year.

    All families must complete the OLR for the new school year. Current NVLA students will receive communication via email soon with seamless steps to continue their enrollment.

    New HIGH SCHOOL students enrolling for the 2022-2023 school year: Please use the link below to look at the NVLA Course Catalog and to make your elective choices: https://forms.gle/AKEgR3Wthh3Q2HCT9

    If you would like to reach out to your High School student’s counselor with any questions, please see contact information below: 

    Mr. Peraza Grades 9-12 Alpha A-E  PERAZMA@NV.CCSD.NET

    Mrs. Sinicki Grades 9-12 Alpha F-L SINICSM@NV.CCSD.NET

    Mrs. Mikita Grades 9-12  Alpha M-R MIKITRR@NV.CCSD.NET

    Mrs. Drummond     Grades 9-12 Alpha S-Z GILLAJL@NV.CCSD.NET

    Mrs. Atteberry Grades 9-12 Special Education/ IEP School Counselor Alpha A-Z MRASTA@NV.CCSD.NET

    New MIDDLE SCHOOL students enrolling for the 2022-2023 school year: Please use the link below to look at the NVLA Course Catalog and to make your elective choices:

    Middle School 6th Grade Electives Form

    Middle School 7th Grade Electives Form

    Middle School 8th Grade Electives Form

    If you would like to reach out to your Middle School student’s counselor with any questions, please see contact information below:

    Jennifer McGuire - 6th grade ext 4305 mcguija@nv.ccsd.net

    Matthew Salisbury - 7th grade ext 4310 salismb@nv.ccsd.net

    Clelia Califf - 8th grade ext 4311 velizc@nv.ccsd.net

    To see contact information for Counselors click here



    Videos to assist you in navigating your NVLA courses.

    President
    Students and Families of middle and high school students,

    At NVLA, we diligently work to ensure all students are successful in their online courses. To support both students and families in this endeavor, we would like to provide the following videos to assist you in navigating your NVLA courses.

    The videos below (both in English and Spanish) demonstrate how to login to Clever/Canvas, find important about each of your courses, explanations of NVLA policies and procedures, and other useful tips for navigating your Canvas courses.

    We invite you to view these videos and reach out to us with any questions or concerns you have.

    Welcome to NVLA.

    President

    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.

    From Analog
    to Digital.

    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 videotape 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.

    About Us

    Learn.

    The Nevada Learning Academy at CCSD is a tuition-free online secondary public school, providing opportunities for students in grades K-5 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.

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    Student Spotlight.

    Valedictorian & Salutatorian

    I have faced the adversity of being a South American kid raised in a single mother household, being an immigrant, and even living at a shelter. Things which many people say no one can come back from, but instead I’m standing in front of you today as your Valedictorian and Student Body President.  

    Julien Calfayon Gomes, Valedictorian 2018

    NVLA has completely surprised me by what they can do in such little time. Not only have they helped me mend the learning holes left by traditional schools, but also prepare me for life beyond high school.
    Connor Kocis, Salutatorian 2018

    Advanced Placement.

    Taking an AP course builds the skills you'll need throughout your college years. You give your mind a rigorous workout while polishing up your time management and study skills. You also get better at handling challenging issues and problems, with the support of your AP teachers. AP courses let you know what to expect during the next phase of your educational journey, and help you build the confidence to succeed.

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    Career Pathways.

    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.

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