As one of the parents with complaints on TNVA's Facebook page, I would like to say that the process of applying after the deadline could be frustrating at times. However, TNVA principal Josh Williams was very hands on with parents who would call or email his office asking for help in the process.
The curriculum is awesome and that's what we were hanging in there for. Our district was an anomaly, I guess. They did everything that they could to help us enroll (and wished him the best with his new endeavor), but with 2,000 students enrolling on the Union County end, it took time and communication sometimes broke down between K12 employees tasked with being admission counselors and parents. I chose K12/TNVA because my son had fallen behind over the last few years, even though he is gifted in reading, his ADHD made it hard for him in math and science. Their curriculum is very rigorous, but we like that he is actually challenged and he does have the opportunity to learn some things more in depth. We hope to have him caught up by the end of the school year so that he can start high school at the same level as his peers.