Middle school courses follow semester schedule

MVS Middle School courses follow a traditional semester schedule, are highly interactive and are taught by certified, highly-qualified Michigan teachers who have training in online instruction. Students have assignments with due-dates, papers to write, tests and quizzes, individual and/or group projects, and plenty of opportunity to work with peers and their instructor.

Middle School courses are offered in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and World Languages. Click here to view the Course Catalog. Through MVS Middle School courses, schools can: 

  • Expand curriculum options with minimum expense.  
  • Offer high-quality courses that meet the Michigan Merit Curriculum standards.  
  • Offer courses created by Michigan teachers who are subject matter experts, online instructors and instructional designers.  
  • Teach tech skills by the very nature of how learning takes place.

Review the Middle School flyer (PDF) for more information.

New pilot course offered
Leadership Skills Development equips middle school students with skills they can use to succeed in high school and college. Review the Leadership Skills Development flyer (PDF) for more information.

Math and Science Tracks
Math Tracks and Science Tracks are two-week online programs for rising middle school students in math and science. Students will learn key math/science concepts and strategies that are essential to success in high school math courses. For an optimal experience, students are expected to spend two hours per day deeply engaged in the activities.

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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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Students in Michigan are automatically eligible to take two free classes per semester at no cost to parents. Learn how to get started »