How long will school remain all virtual?

We will regularly be assessing conditions to inform our planning and eventual return to in-person instruction in our school buildings as soon as possible. However, given all current factors, we believe it is likely that in-person instruction may not be possible until after we return from Winter Break.

What will virtual learning look like?

This Fall’s schedules include large amounts of “live” instruction where students will be working directly with teachers and their classmates – creating an environment that is as close to “in-person” school as possible. Visit our Virtual Program page to learn more!

What technology does my student need for virtual learning?

This Fall an Ingenuity Prep issued Chromebook is a required part of our virtual program.  If you have not picked up your Chromebook, please contact the main office at  202-562-0391.

What do I do if I have tech challenges during virtual learning?

Should you or your student experience technical problems during virtual learning, please visit our tech support page!

If you are still in need of help, please email A member of our team will respond to your email within 24 business hours (Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) to help identify a solution.

Will meals be provided during virtual learning?

Ingenuity Prep will provide meals for students on a daily basis from 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM while school remains virtual.  Students or their family members can pick-up student meals. Multiple days of meals can be picked up at one time.  Meal pick-up will be located in the same place where you picked up your student’s Chromebook.

Do students need to wear uniforms during virtual learning?

Uniforms will not be required for virtual learning. Families can choose to have their scholars wear the uniform, if they would like to. 

Will there be an option to continue all virtual learning, once school re-opens in-person?

Yes, we know that even when schools reopen in person, some families may wish to consider keeping their child at home due to student or family health concerns.