Students in BCSC fulfill this requirement by completing their Senior Project as a project-based learning experience. For more information on the Senior Project, see the Senior Project Section on our website below.
Earn a state- and industry-recognized credential or certification
Complete a federally recognized apprenticeship
Complete a Career & Technical Education Concentrator through C4
Earn qualifying scores on AP/IB/Dual Credit/Cambridge International courses, or CLEP Exams
***Please note that beginning July 1, 2023; students using ASVAB as their graduation pathway MUST fill out an IDOE Military Enlistment Intent Form.
Course Selection & Scheduling
This section contains all of the information you need to make informed decisions about which classes you should take next year.
Please note that students in grades 6-8 will take grade-level-specific courses and may have the option to add some exploratory electives to their grade-level core classes. The majority of this information applies to students in grades 9-12.
CVP Course Guide - this document contains information on the courses available for Columbus Virtual Pathway students in grades 6-12.
CVP Scheduling Checklist- This link will be active ONLY when students are requesting classes for the upcoming school year.
C4 Course Catalog- CVP students are allowed and encouraged to take C4 classes in person. This document provides a list of available courses. If you are interested in taking a C4 course, please work with Mr. Giebel to schedule your course.
Home School Courses - students are allowed to take elective, advanced placement, and dual credit courses in person at their home school. To see the course guides for your home school, please visit your home school website. If you are interested in taking a course at your home school, please work with Mr. Giebel to schedule your course.
The schedules below are meant to provide you with an idea of what your schedule MIGHT look like. Students will be able to request their courses each year.
All BCSC seniors are required to complete a senior project through their school.
Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship – Established by Lilly Endowment, Inc. to raise the level of educational attainment in Indiana and to increase awareness of the potential of Indiana’s community foundations to improve the quality of life of the state’s residents. Provides full tuition, required fees and a $900 book stipend for eight semesters of study at an accredited public or private college or university of choice in the state of Indiana. Please visit the links below for more information.