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At Athlos Academy of Utah, we understand that each family must make the schooling decision that is right for their family. Our goal is to offer safe, consistent, and convenient quality learning options for families. That’s why we are offering two unique learning avenues for families to choose from: On-Campus and Distance Learning through Athlos Virtual Academy. We’re here to help families make the best possible decisions this school year for their individual needs.
Athlos Academy is a K-9, tuition free, public charter school in Herriman Utah. We are offering on-campus learning to anyone in the areas surrounding Herriman, as well as distance learning opportunities. Here’s a look at our programs.
This program includes live Zoom classes, pre-recorded lessons, and opportunities to engage with peers through Athlos programs like our Athletic Movement Classes and Classroom Huddles – all from the safety of home! Athlos Virtual Academy is adapted from Athlos’s on-campus, innovative education model.
Our distance learning program not only offers a high-quality, easy to follow curriculum and learning environment, but also gives student the interaction with their peers that they need. We also have accommodations for students who need extra support or an extra challenge. Our virtual students have access to everything a student learning on campus would, including technology and breakfast and lunch!
What’s best, is we know parents want consistency and normalcy this school year. Our Athlos Virtual Academy student have the option to participate in our program from a distance all school year! They also will have the option, if current COVID-19 conditions remain the same, to return to campus at the change of the semester. That means you can keep learning from home until summer, if you so choose.
“Love the amazing effort the teachers are putting into creating creative content for the kids to continue to learn despite not being in the building. We also love the Zoom class sessions with their teachers. They still get to see their classmates and have the teaching time with their teachers.”