The quality of teaching was excellent. The coursework was well put together, but more importantly there was a surprising amount of social interaction. A lot of the courses include social components such as discussing assignments in a classroom chat for marks and giving feedback to other classmates. The teachers were always willing to discuss assignments in detail. In some cases I was even able to discuss my mark with teachers to see how I could improve, which is something you would not expect to find in such an impersonal setting like an online school. I do not recall any specific teachers but I do not recall any negative interactions with any teachers, they all seemed qualified and dedicated to helping students get the work done.
With almost every assignment that I have ever done there is a rubric that allows me to know exactly what the teacher is expecting me to do, and what I have to do to get the best marks possible. The rubric will state the expectations which are always reasonable in a matter that I can understand what I am supposed to do. At Virtual High school all the teachers that I have encountered have always fairly marked my work in coordination with the rubric they have given, often the teachers will talk about success, and I think that the way they imagine that for any student, is for the student to gain knowledge of the subject at hand and be able to learn new things along the way.