• District Based Virtual Learning Programs

    Learn more about how Mineola and Valley Stream school districts have facilitated our virtual learning programs for their students.

    Virtual Courses for Students

    The Center for Online Learning is pleased to offer a wide-variety of virtual courses for districts that are able to provide their own Teacher of Record for course facilitation.   
    A district must belong to the Center for Online Learning CoSer (409) in order to access COL content. This subscription entitles districts with full access to COL offerings as per the COSER description in the Nassau BOCES Directory of Services.

    Important Note:  NYSED Regulations 100.5,"Credit for Online and Blended Courses," stipulates that all Credit Recovery options require that instruction is provided by or under the direction and/or supervision of:

    1. a certified teacher from the school district in which the student is enrolled; or
    2. a certified teacher from a board of cooperative educational services (BOCES) that contracts with the school district to provide instruction in the subject area where authorized pursuant to Education Law section 1950; or
    3. a certified teacher from a school district who provides instruction in the subject area under a shared service agreement

     Florida Virtual School Partnership

     Florida Virtual School

    District teachers must hold a current Buzz Teacher License ($94/year) to facilitate these courses. This license provides the teacher with access to the Buzz Learning System (LMS)  through which students participate. Said license also allows teachers to facilitate additional courses with all students (even those not enrolled in the original course) at no extra cost. Teachers already possessing a Buzz license for the current school year do not need to purchase an additional Buzz teacher license.

    First-time users of the Buzz Learning Management System will participate in a 3-day blended training ($350) to enable them to navigate, edit and enhance the course content and instruction.

    • AP Art History
    • AP Computer Science
    • AP Psychology
    • AP English Literature
    • AP Statistics 
    • Mandarin Chinese 1

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    Third-Party Vendors:

    The following courses are accessed through third-party vendors.  Courses reside in vendor-based learning management systems (LMS).  See vendor table below to access descriptions for individual courses.  Costs vary by the vendor for course content and teacher training in the required LMS.
     Access links below to view individual course catalogs containing full course descriptions.

    Virtual Course Vendors




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    Roster of courses from combined sources:


    AP Biology

    AP Calculus AB

    AP Calculus BC

    AP Computer Science A

    AP English Lang & Composition

    AP English Lit & Composition

    AP Environmental Science

    AP Human Geography

    AP Macroeconomics

    AP Microeconomics

    AP Psychology

    AP Statistics

    AP US Government and Politics



    English I-IV

    English IV College Prep

    ELA Remediation

    Creative Writing

    Grammar and Composition


    Participatory Media

    Reading Skills and Strategies

    Writing Skills and Strategies

    Short Stories





    Earth Science

    Environmental Science


    General Science


    Living Environment

    Marine Biology


    Physical Science - Chemistry

    Physical Science - Physics

    Physical Science



    Weather & Astronomy



    Adv. Algebra w/Financial Applications

    Algebra I, Algebra IA, Algebra IB

    Algebra II

    Algebra Readiness

    Algebra Remediation



    Pre-Calculus Honors


    Calculus - Honors


    Geometry CA

    Liberal Arts Math

    Consumer Math

    General Math

    Integrated Math

    Intermediate Math

    Math and Personal Finance

    Math for Daily Living

    Math Remediation

    Probability and Statistics


    Financial Literacy


    American Government

    American History


    Contemporary World Issues

    Criminal Justice



    Geography and World Cultures

    Global Studies I & II

    Multicultural Studies

    Personal Finance Video Library


    Social Studies

    U.S. Government and Politics

    World Civilization


    Chinese I, II, III

    French I, II, III

    German I, II, III, IV

    Japanese I & II

    Latin I & II

    Latin III Honors

    Mandarin (Chinese) I, II & III

    Spanish I, II, III

    Spanish for Spanish Speakers


    Computer Fundamentals

    Flash Animation

    Game Design

    Image Design and Editing

    VB. Net Programming

    Web Design



    Introduction to Agri-science

    Anthropology I: Uncovering Human Mysteries

    Anthropology II: More Human Mysteries Uncovered

    Archaeology: Detectives of the Past

    Art Appreciation

    Art in World Cultures

    Astronomy: Exploring the Universe

    Career Planning

    Cosmetology: Cutting Edge Styles

    Creative Writing

    Careers in Criminal Justice

    Criminology: Inside the Criminal Mind

    Introduction to Culinary Arts

    Digital Photography I: Creating Images with Impact!

    Digital Photography II: Discovering Your Creative Potential

    Early Childhood Education

    Introduction to Entrepreneurship

    Fashion and Interior Design

    Forensic Science: Secrets of the Dead

    Forensic Science II: More Secrets of the Dead

    Gothic Literature: Monster Stories

    Great Minds in Science: Ideas for a New Generation

    Guitar I

    Health Sciences: The Whole Individual

  • ELECTIVES (Continued)

    Hospitality & Tourism: Traveling the Globe 

    Human Geography: Our Global Identity

    International Business: Global Commerce in the  21st Century

    Introduction to Psychology

    Law & Order: Introduction to Legal Studies

    Middle School Photography

    Music Appreciation

    Mythology & Folklore

    Introduction to Social Media

    Nutrition & Wellness

    Real World Parenting

    Peer Counseling I

    Personal & Family Finance

    Personal Psychology I: The Road to Self-Discovery

    Personal Psychology II: Living in a Complex World

    Public Speaking

    Social Problems I: A World in Crisis

    Social Problems II: Crisis, Conflicts & Challenges

    Sociology I: The Study of Human Relationships

    Sociology II: Your Social Life

    Introduction to Sports & Entertainment Marketing

    Theater, Cinema & Film Production

    Veterinary Science: The Care of Animals

    World Religions: Exploring Diversity

    BUSINESS (Electives)

    Business Communication- Q2 Accounting

    Business Computer Information Systems I A & I B

    Essentials of Business

    Essentials of Communication

    Introduction to Business - Q2

    Media Studies

    Research and development

    Writer's Workshop - Q3


    FINE ARTS (Electives)

    Art History

    Digital Art

    Music Appreciation

    Music Theory



    GED Preparatory (Electives)


    History and Geography



  • For additional information on registration and pricing, please contact: 
    Eileen Dwyer, Coordinator
    (516) 608-6624
    Fax: (516) 396-2040