The study aimed to gauge the effectiveness of virtual flipped classrooms on the science achievement of seventh graders and the development of higher-order thinking skills. The researcher followed the quasi-experimental research design. The participants were randomly selected and consisted of 60 students divided into a control group (n = 31) and an experimental group (n = 29). The former was taught traditionally and the latter was taught by the virtual flipped classroom method. The researcher applied pre-post diagnostic tests to the two groups, in addition to descriptive statistics and  a-test for independent samples. The results revealed that there are significant differences between the means of the two groups in favour of the experimental. Furthermore, the study confirmed the effectiveness of the virtual flipped class in students' achievement and development of higher-order thinking skills. The study recommends activating virtual flipped classrooms in different school subjects and levels.   Keywords: Virtual flipped classroom, students' achievement, higher-order thinking skills.

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