Michigan Virtual School challenges students who want to learn in a different way, using the latest in technology to explore math, science, social studies, world languages and language arts in a flexible, personalized environment. Online high school and middle school courses are taught by highly-qualified, Michigan-certified teachers. MVS doesn't award credit or diplomas, but students receive a completion certificate recognized by local school districts that award credit and diplomas.
Online Learning Orientation Tool
OLOT is a freely available, self-paced learning tool designed to help students understand what online learning entails and introduces the skills and knowledge that are key to success. OLOT can help students better understand what to expect when participating in an online course and increase their level of preparedness. Learn more »
21f expanded access to online learning
Student access to any time and any place learning options expanded under Section 21f of Public Act 196. Section 21f allows students in grades 6 through 12 to take up to two courses online per academic term (with parental consent). Section 21f requires districts to use their foundation allowance or per
pupil funds calculated in the State School Aid Act to pay for the expenses associated with the online course(s). Learn more »
MVS is accredited by the North Central Association and the Commission on International and Trans-regional Accreditation, meaning that MVS courses exceed essential standards of educational quality. Some MVS core courses are approved by the NCAA. View NCAA course flier »