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What’s Next?

Thank you for your interest in Mount Vernon Online. A member of our admissions team will be reaching out within the next 2 business days. In the meantime, please consider signing up for our next Virtual Open House you can sign up here. If you need immediate assistance, please feel free to reach out to Ben Potter, Admissions Catalyst at any time. [email protected]
We are looking forward to connecting with you and hope to ‘see’ you at an upcoming virtual Open House!

Commonly Asked Questions

What grades will Mount Vernon Online serve?

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Mount Vernon Online will serve grades 9-12. In the 2022-2023 school year, Mount Vernon Online will start with grade 9 only and will build out the entire Upper School each year over the next several years.

What differentiates Mount Vernon Online from other online programs?

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Understanding the needs of the flexible family in today’s environment, students will have access to an innovative program with high touch academic advising and college counseling programs, assisting students to stretch beyond their potential in pursuit of receiving a high school diploma from The Mount Vernon School. See college acceptance list on College Counseling information page.

Are courses synchronous or asynchronous?

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Course work during the four-year program will be asynchronous. While students will not attend live classes with a faculty member and fellow classmates, students will have the flexibility to complete tasks, projects, and assessments, utilizing an interactive online learning platform established by The Mount Vernon School. Additionally, students will be to engage with high touch faculty members for dialogue, questions, and tutoring through dedicated “office hours.” 

Is the School accredited?

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The Mount Vernon School is accredited by the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS). 

What is involved in the four-year academic program?

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Each Mount Vernon student is required to complete a set of graduation requirements in humanities, mathematics, science, world language, arts, health & wellness, and maker, engineering & design in order to graduate from The Mount Vernon School. A more detailed course catalogue will be provided in the near future. In the meantime, check out the courses Mount Vernon “day” students take. Additionally, the four-year academic program will meet requirements established by the NCAA.

What is the tuition rate for Mount Vernon Online?

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Tuition for Grade 9 for the 2022-2023 school year will be $18,000. Payment for tuition can be paid out through several pathways. More information will be coming soon. 

Is need-based financial aid available?

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At this time, need-based financial aid is not available for students applying to Mount Vernon Online.

What is the application process for enrollment?

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The application process for the 2022-2023 school year will be released on December 1. Parents, for rising grade 9 students, will be required to complete an online application and provide transcripts from current school for each prospective student.

Non-Discrimination Statement:
Students of any race, religion, national and/or ethnic origin, and any other protected class under state or federal law may be admitted.

What about traditional after school programs such as athletics or performing arts?

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At this time, students enrolled in Mount Vernon Online will not have access to after school programs due to the anticipated flexibility of families residing in Atlanta and throughout the world. 

How do I connect with someone about Mount Vernon Online?

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In the near future, Mount Vernon Online will release a more in depth website, amplifying the application process and academic program. In the meantime, complete an inquiry form to get on our email list as we launch more information about the 2022-2023 school year. As more information is released, you will be able to register for an “open house” or connect with someone one-on-one.