Originally aired on WHNT CBS - July 21, 2021
MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – Many schools around the Tennessee Valley have announced their plans for the upcoming school year, but not all parents are on board with traditional learning this year, especially as concerns over variants continue to grow, that concern reflecting in enrollment numbers for the Alabama Virtual Academy ahead of their 6th annual school year.
Only around 1,500 of a total 5,000 spots remain at the Alabama Virtual Academy, also known as ALVA, and it has not even hit peak enrollment season.
“We start to ramp up closer to the end of July and early August, but our re-registration numbers have been the highest we’ve seen than any other year,” Head of School Melissa Stokke Larson said.
To learn more about ALVA, visit alva.k12.com