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 leonard.scotto@greenbush.org
– or
Director of Alternative Learning Services
Don Grosdidier