Welcome to Distance Learning!
UA offers a variety of online learning opportunities to students in grades 9-12 during the school year and over the summer. We currently offer courses through NC Virtual Public School (NCVPS) and South Piedmont Community College (SPCC).
NC Virtual Public School (NCVPS) is a virtual state school that offers online courses to North Carolina students. By virtue of their online course delivery, students from all areas of the state have access to courses and highly qualified teachers in subjects that may not be available at their local school.
Please click here for NCVPS Virtual Course Catalog.
If you are currently enrolled in an NCVPS course for the 2022-23 school year, please view the calendar below.
NCVPS Important Dates
Calendar Start Last Day to Drop Last Day to Add End Final Grades Posted Summer June 28 July 6 July 6 August 5 August 15 Early Start Fall August 15 August 26 September 12 December 9 December 15 Standard Start Fall August 29 September 12 September 12 January 11 January 19 Early Start Spring January 4 January 17 January 31 May 5 May 18 Standard Start Spring January 18 January 31 January 31 May 12 May 25
Students will receive their login information before the first day of class. This information will be given out by Ms. Housand.
Please click here to view the NCVPS Student Start-Up Guide for additional information on how to begin your NCVPS course.
Website for your NCVPS Course
SPCC College and Career Promise is a dual enrollment partnership between Union Academy and South Piedmont Community College that allows junior and senior high school students to take college classes for both high school and college credit.
Please click here for Career & College Promise information.
Please click here for the SPCC academic calendar.
Please click here for the New Student Technology Guide for instructions on accessing your SPCC accounts.
All SPCC students are provided a college-issued Office 365 email account. Your college email account is the official account through which the college and your instructor will contact you. Please check daily for announcements and notifications.
Some SPCC courses do require textbooks. It is the student's responsibility to rent/purchase the book needed for their course. Students will need to check the syllabus in their class and refer any questions about the required textbook to their online instructor. If a book is needed, click here here to visit the SPCC Bookstore.
Students will receive their login information before the first day of class. This information will be given out by SPCC.
Moodle is a course management system used by all SPCC courses. This is where you will submit homework and other assignments, as well as, find all of your course resources, such as the class syllabus, class schedule, current grades, instructor information, and more.
Website for your SPCC Course
If you have any questions regarding Union Academy's Distance Learning Program, please contact:
Amanda Housand Distance Learning Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (704) 238-8883 Ext: 1399