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This school, company, business is the worst I've ever experienced.
Posted by a parent on 8/5/2019
This school is great, teachers are there is mg you need them. Law makers are mad k12 gives an extensive program intstead of just what they think is important (we were told we would not do history because the k12 history was so extensive but Tennessee only required certain facts only pertaining to tn, don't know about you but I would rather the learn the k12 and lack in what tn thinks is important). State testing does not tell you what a child knows because standards vary from state to state. The parents are right there with the kids so if the tests say the kids are below standards then maybe we should look closer to home because the school ad k12 give them every opportunity to succeed. The program is great, the school is there offering help and anything else needed. I have seen nothing but kids thrive in this environment.
Posted by a parent on 8/29/2017
My daughter has completed three years at TNVA. She has had nothing but good experiences. She struggles in Math and they have offered tutoring and support for her from the beginning. We had to pull her from brick and mortar schools due to bullying. She simply was not safe. We discovered when she left b&m schools that she also was not receiving the education that she should be. She receives a better education from TNVA then she did when she was in her prior school. Ironically, she receives a lot more teacher support from TNVA even though it is a virtual school. My daughter is going in to eighth grade this year and I don't know what we will do without TNVA next year.
Posted by a parent on 7/24/2014
TNVA is wonderful. I was very easy to enroll, my child's books came when they told me they would. Everything online has been easy to use. The lesson plan is setup for the year. My daughter had some medical issues and we pulled her from middle school. She is doing great in TNVA. I would definitely recommend it for 7th grade.
Posted by a parent on 9/8/2013
My child was staying constantly sick with asthma and allergies her prek and kindergarten years. I took her out and home schooled her for 2 years using A Beka Academy for the curriculum. I put her back in school for 3rd grade and once again was sick and back on her inhalers and med. So it being in 10/2012 I decided to try TNVA with money kind of tight for A Beka. Well I've had nothing but problems. Got books on 11-13-12 and teacher didn't call me until 11-27-12. Told me to do assessment test on certain lesson to see where my child was. This was not how I was told it would work by TNVA representatives. I then decided to withdrawl her and go back to A Beka. I CANNOT get them to release her. I told the teacher when her start date with A Beka was and have talked to a lady numerous times at the local office and she's tried to help. I was told me to email my letter of enrollment to a lady and she has never once contacted me and it's just been a mess! There's lots more to this but not enough room to put down all! I would never use this place again. NOBODY is willing to help. Even contacted the teacher's supervisor when I couldn't get help with the teacher and she never replied!!!
Posted by a parent on 2/11/2013
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