The ACS Athens Virtual School
The Virtual School of The Institute offers authentic, meaningful, and challenging non-traditional high school courses that not only embrace the American educational philosophy but are also holistically aligned with the Aristeia* leadership approach through our Morfosis** learning paradigm.
* ARISTEIA is excellence guided by ethos
** The MORFOSIS educational philosophy is defined within the 21st century framework, as a holistic, meaningful, and harmonious educational experience, led by ethos.
Welcome to the ACS Athens Virtual School!
It is a great honor to lead this innovative, student-centered, academically stimulating Virtual School. The entire ACS Athens Virtual School team of educators looks forward to working with you to create collaborative virtual classroom communities, where each individual is guided and supported through synchronous and asynchronous virtual classroom settings to achieve the highest academic potential.
I am confident that the uniquely designed online courses, led by high-caliber teaching Fellows, will provide opportunities for all of students to grow as life-long learners and world citizens while empowering you to become architects of your own learning in order to be ready for the 21st century professional challenges and opportunities.
Always available to support you,
Virtual School Principal
Algebra 2 Trigonometry
This course is a study of topics in Advanced Algebra and an introduction to the study of trigonometric functions. Topics include: functions and relations, polynomials, exponents, quadratics, logarithms, probability and...view details
Placement in the Honors section of this course requires: Completion of all assigned Honors summer work; Teacher recommendation based on Q1 performance and grade (minimum B and above); Honors Placement is finalized after...view details
Art Appreciation 1
This course offers to high school students the opportunity to explore and appreciate the visual art forms and techniques in art. They will understand and study the process of creating art through exploration in different...view details
This rigorous course introduces the basic concepts of Calculus. Topics covered in this course include a study of Limits and Continuity, Differentiation and Integration, Applications of Derivatives and Integrals,...view details
The Chemistry 10 course is designed for 10th grade students and aims to develop an understanding of the properties, composition, structure and transformations of matter along with energy transfer and chemical reactions...view details
Placement in the Honors section of this course requires: Completion of all assigned Honors Summer work; Teacher recommendation based on Q1 performance and grade (minimum B and above). Honors Placement is finalized after...view details
This course for 11th and 12th graders aims to develop an understanding of the structure and functioning of natural systems. It will encompass the social, ethical and economic impacts of human activities focusing on...view details
This is an online French course for learners who have completed at least three years of French. The four skills – reading, writing, listening and speaking – are expanded to a more advanced level. Students...view details
This is a semester course required of all tenth graders, and is a graduation requirement. The course instills in students the skills and knowledge necessary to enhance the health and wellness of self and others across...view details
Humanities: Greece and the Italian Renaissance
Standard Level: B- or above in Grade 10 English and Social Studies.Honors Level: Students who wish to take the course for Honors credit must complete all assigned Honors summer work and receive teacher...view details
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) course is an inquiry/project-based course. It fosters data literacy and computational thinking and encourages analytical thinking, critical and...view details