1900 New Castle Street
Charlotte, NC 28216
Courier #: 499
P: 980-343-3066  |  F: 980-343-3069 
Principal: John Cline
LC: Central 2
Bell Schedule: 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM
Grades: 9-12
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Prospective Students

CMVHS accepts new students at the beginning of each semester (August and January)

Please visit the CMS Student Placement website for enrollment deadlines and information. 


RISING 9TH GRADER​​S (those currently in 8th grade)

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​STEP ONE:  RESEARCH
  • Please visit our page About CMVHS to find out more about the virtual school experience..
  • 9th grade is a crucial year in terms of setting students up for success for the remainder of high school. It is imperative that much thought and careful consideration be put in to the decision to enroll in CMVHS.
​​​STEP TWO:  ENTER THE SCHOOL OPTIONS LOTTERY
  • ​Rising 9th graders will need to enter the CMS School Options Lottery if they wish to enroll in the CMVHS. More information can be found here


​​​​CURRENT 9TH, 10TH, 11TH & 12TH GRADERS​​

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​​STEP ONE:  RESEARCH

  • Please visit our page About CMVHS to learn more about the virtual school experience. CMVHS is an excellent option for many students.  Careful consideration should be put into the decision to enroll in CMVHS.
​​​​STEP TWO: COMPLETE THE STUDENT INFORMATION FORM
  • ​Complete the CMVHS Prospective Student Information Form​. 
  • Pay careful attention to the questionnaire--the questions are intended to help applicants determine if the eLearning Academy is a good fit for the student. 
  • Once the form is submitted, CMVHS will follow up with information on upcoming information sessions. Completion of the form does not constitute enrolling in or transferring to CMVHS. 

STEP THREE:  ATTEND AN INFORMATION SESSION

  • Students AND Parents must attend the information session.
  • Dates are published on the CMVHS homepage.
  • All students should bring with them:
    • Copy of the current transcript
    • Copy of an IEP or 504 Plan if applicable. 
  • Infomation sessions will take place at the CMVHS Campus @ 1900 Newcastle St., Charlotte, NC. 

STEP FOUR:  COMPLETE TRANSFER REQUEST--ONLY AFTER ATTENDING AN INFO SESSION

 Students Not Currently Enrolled in CMS

  • Students not currently enrolled in CMS will need to initiate the enrollment process at their assigned neighborhood school.
  • Detailed enrollment information can be found here
  • Once enrollment is complete, students will complete the Online Reassignment/Transfer Form located on the CMS Student Placement website.
  • If you do not know the student's PIN, please contact CMVHS @ 980-343-3066.
​​Current CMS Students
  • ​Current CMS  students will complete the Online Reassignment/Transfer Form located on the CMS Student Placement website. 
  • If you do not know the student's PIN, please contact CMVHS @ 980-343-3066.
STEP FIVE:  CMVHS COMPLETES TRANSCRIPT REVIEW
  • Click here to learn about the Transcript Review process and Continuation Requirements
  • If all requirements have been met after the transcript review, CMVHS will approve the transfer request.
  • Approved students will receive a letter from Student Placement with further instructions



Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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