Course Catalog


Spring Term 2015

Registration for Spring Term 2015 is closed

Spring Term General Dates

Spring Term Orientation, Help Session, and EOC/Final Exam Schedule

Summer Term 2015

Online Registration has closed

Walk-In registration

Wednesday, May 27th from 9 AM to Noon

 CVA Learning Center on the Oakwood Campus.
 1560 Joyner Ave, Marietta, GA 30060

This will be the last opportunity to register for Summer Term 2015

All courses, including Personal Fitness, are still available, however, availability is limited.

Student must attend walk-in registration. They will register, pay, complete the online orientation, and, if registering for personal fitness, receive equipment and training. Payment is due at the time of registration.

Course Catalog

Monday July 6 - Thursday July 9*

Final Exams
Sunday July 5 - Tuesday July 7*

*See the schedule below for date/time details

Summer Term General Dates

Summer Term Orientation, Learning Center Schedule, and EOC/Final Exam Schedule

Summer Term Support

CVA offers students access to face-to-face support during the summer term. Our learning center is located at 1560 Joyner Ave., Marietta, 30060

*New for Summer 2015*: CVA will open a second learning center on the campus of Kennesaw Mountain High School. Click HERE for more details.

Interested in CVA Online Personal Fitness?
Click HERE for a brief presentation

CVA Personal Fitness has adopted brand new equipment: the H7 Polar Heart Rate Monitor and the Polar Loop. CVA is taking an "App-First" approach starting this summer: Students with compatible smartphones can download the free Polar Beat app and use it to connect with the H7 Heart rate monitor to record and upload their workout data. Students not wishing to use their smartphone or those without compatible smartphones will be provided Polar Loops. More details to follow.

Fall Term 2015

Fall term registration information will be posted here soon.

Meeting Cobb's 21st Century Students Online

90% of Public College and Universities nationally and

all Georgia public Colleges, Universities and Technical Schools use an online learning system for

instruction, communication and assessment.


The Cobb County School District is a leader in the integration of technology to provide improved educational opportunities for students.  Cobb Virtual Academy is an integral part of this leadership.  Completing a meaningful online learning experience allows students to become familiar with key means of increasing their own learning skills and knowledge.  It will also prepare them for the demands that they will encounter in higher education, the workplace, and in personal life-long learning.  While students informally develop technology skills and gain experience through their media rich lives, an online learning experience will require them to complete assignments, meet deadlines, learn appropriate online behavior, and effectively collaborate with others in an instructional setting.


Cobb students experience virtual learning through Cobb Virtual Academy and in the regular classroom with Blended Learning


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