Mount Vernon’s asynchronous program is intentionally designed, based on research, supporting adolescent well-being. Learning is fun with over 160 courses to choose from.
Our nation's deepest secrets, deception, espionage, the mafia -- the history of our country is woven into the stories of the CIA and FBI. Come take a fascinating historical ride and interact with the current versions of these agencies. What roles do they fill in modern times and how might we interact with them?
Speculative fiction (which includes science fiction, fantasy, superhero, supernatural, horror, utopian, and dystopian works) engages readers with worlds different than their own. In this introduction to science fiction, students will study the emergence of science fiction as a genre.
Students will look at the major extinction events throughout the history of the Earth as well as how different organisms have adapted over time to changes that have occurred beginning with the first unicellular organism.
We will explore a wide range of VR/AR experiences, strap on the headsets to travel around the world, and learn how industry and design intersect with this field. You will even have the opportunity to create some non-coded content yourself and virtually experience what you design.
Across the entire Mount Vernon School Organization, which includes our Atlanta-based K – 12 School, Mount Vernon Ventures, our R&D lab, and our online program – research is a key component. Our program is fueled by ongoing research on AI, Web3, Mental Health, Belonging just to name a few important, relevant topics influencing our program. We pair an inquiry-based learning (IBL) approach with a design thinking process to guide students to be solution seekers and problem solvers through work that has direct application to an actual challenge.Learn More