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Power Hour and Tutoring

PrepNet Virtual Academy is a uniquely supportive environment that encourages the success of all students. Unlike many online schools, we've assembled an impressive team of school leadership that includes an academic advisor, social worker, college success counselor, and caring, supportive teachers. Our team partners with parents to form a cohesive unit of support that guides and inspires students.

Power Hour

Power Hour is an open hour that all teachers offer throughout the year. The purpose is to allow students and parents to receive additional help and support from teachers in any academic subject as well as dedicated time to make up assignments. Students and parents are also able to receive support with other school-related needs such as managing technology, etc. Students are able to attend Power Hour by choice or by invitation from a teacher.

Power Hour: K-6

Power Hour is offered to Kindergarten-6th grade scholars one day per week from 3:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. The day and end time is dependent on the teacher and grade level.

Power Hour: 7-12

Power Hour is offered to 7th-12th grade scholars Monday-Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m, discussing a different subject each day. The current Power Hour schedule is as follows:
  • Monday: Social Studies and Science
  • Tuesday: ELA
  • Wednesday: Math
  • Thursday: Electives
This schedule allows for students to attend multiple sessions should they need help in multiple subjects.

After-School Tutoring

Tutoring may seem like a consequence to a parent or student, making the student feel like they have fallen behind in a particular subject. However, tutoring is a resource that will help develop building blocks to get the student to where they need to be academically.

​We offer free after school tutoring programs in addtion to Power Hour. Tutoring is offered for our 3rd-6th grade scholars in math, by invitation only. Please contact the school office for more information.

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How to Help at Home

Parents being invested in their student's education at home is an important resource for helping their student stay on track. 

By helping your student at home, you may be able to put a stop to any struggles before they start. You will also be able to step in and connect your student to any extra tools or resources they may need.
Helping at Home