Pricing information

There are three tiers of pricing for each enrollment: base, consortium and out-of-state. Email us at customercare@mivu.org with your questions.

MVS Course Price List

 Course Type
Price
MVS Plus
 
Base 
$325
Consortium
$310
Out-of-State
$435 
MVS AP
 
Base 
$399
Consortium
$399
Out-of-State
$460
Middle School
 
Base 
$325
Consortium
$310
Out-of-State
$435
Prices in effect from July 15, 2015, until further notice.
 

Consortiums
MVU’s partnerships with eight regional consortiums representing 33 different ISDs and districts provides for the efficient exchange of MVS courses and information between the participating regions. There is no charge for establishing a consortium agreement and it comes with many benefits to both partners. Consortium arrangements are available to all schools in Michigan. For more information on consortium partnerships, please contact Anne Craft at acraft@mivu.org.

Course materials
MVS
course fees/enrollments may not include books or materials (e-Textbooks are available in most courses). MVS AP courses may require that schools purchase books directly from the publisher.

MVS course prerequisites
These are the skills that every student who takes online courses through the Michigan Virtual School needs:

  • Proficiency in reading at or above the sixth-grade level.
  • Proficiency accessing the Internet.
  • Basic word processing abilities (typing, deleting, editing, cutting/copying/pasting, saving, retrieving files).
  • Each MVS course may have additional prerequisites. See individual course descriptions in the Course Catalog.

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Course Catalog

Our catalog contains courses for middle school and high school students, including World Languages and AP.

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