Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN) Program

What is the Texas Virtual School Network (TXVSN)?

Watch this video to learn more about the TXVSN program.

What is Klein's TXVSN Program?

TXVSN is the Texas Virtual School Network. In Klein ISD, the TXVSN program allows students to take high school credit courses online for
three of the hour periods in a school day.

What can I expect?

While every student is different, every course is different, and every teacher is different, students can expect to have a rigorous course that has been reviewed and approved by the Texas Virtual School Network reviewers.

Are the TXVSN courses harder than classes on campus?

Online classes themselves tend to be more challenging because students work more independently than in most face-to-face classes.
Additionally, the rigor is often times higher and the course pace moves more quickly than some students expect.

Why would a student take an online course through TXVSN?

A student may take courses to get ahead - to accelerate the courses in order to graduate early. A student may accelerate the schedule to free a period while the student focuses on higher level courses. Sometimes a student needs to work, and takes online courses to allow freedom to leave campus early (leaving campus is only available to juniors and seniors). A student may also take online courses because the course option
may not be available on campus, or because the student needs to manipulate the daily schedule in order take courses only offered
at certain times (band, for example).

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