Broken Arrows district leaders said parents and students have until 5 p.m. Wednesday to enroll in virtual learning.
The district said they decided to push back the deadline to give parents and students more time to make the right choice for the school year.
More than 5,000 students have already enrolled in the program.
The district said its virtual academy is not the same as distance learning plan. Virtual students will stay in those classes all semester or trimester, while distance learning is temporary.
Broken Arrow delayed the start of school by two weeks so Kindergarten through 12th grade students will start September 3, and pre-K students will start September 8.
Click here for more information on the district's virtual learning plan.