USD 348 Virtual Education Program

Pic1An exciting diploma completion option that fits your education around your life

Baldwin City USD 348, in partnership with the Southeast Kansas Education Service Center, aka Greenbush, now offers a new way for students in grades 9-12 and adults to earn their high school diplomas — outside the classroom and traditional schedules, but with a full range of course options and academic support systems through the Eudora Virtual Learning Center.

Students enrolled in the program have the opportunity to earn a fully accredited high school diploma through Baldwin City USD 348.

The Baldwin City virtual program is audited annually and approved by the Kansas State Department of Education.



How do I know if I would be a good candidate?

Typical virtual students:

  • Homebound
  • Homeschooled
  • Desire an alternative learning environment
  • Do not perform well in a traditional school setting

Other situations could include:

  • Accelerated learners
  • Personal or family situation that requires frequent, ongoing absences
  • Students continuing studies while suspended or expelled
  • Adult Learners who would like to return to school to earn a high school diploma


What does the program provide?

  • All coursework at NO COST!
  • Use of a laptop computer for duration of the program for a small technology support fee
  • Full coursework credit toward your high school diploma
  • Onsite instructional supports from the Eudora Virtual Learning Center
  • Virtual students may be eligible to participate in school activities

What are the program’s requirements?

  • Maintain attendance and meet progress requirements as determined by the USD 348 Virtual Program Coordinator.
  • Attend onsite to meet progress as required by the USD 348 Virtual Program Coordinator.
  • Complete all proctored exams at the Eudora Virtual Learning Center.
  • Comply with student requirements for completing all state assessments.
  • Enrollment by September 15.


GreenbushPicFor additional information, please contact:

Leonard Scotto
at 785-542-1278 or
– or
Director of Alternative Learning Services
Don Grosdidier