All Participating Schools in Michigan
Below, you will find links to the online school options in your state, from K¹². Many online school programs are established through public school districts, so there is no tuition. We also have excellent, affordable private school options.
Tuition-Free Online Public Schools
Michigan Virtual Charter Academy
MVCA offers individualized learning through live online learning sessions with teachers, Students receive extensive support and are challenged by a rigorous curriculum. The school encourages a collaborative partnership between teachers, staff, and students.
Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy
MGLVA is known for helping students become self-motivated learners and independent thinkers through live online sessions with teachers. The rigorous curriculum includes art, music, world languages, and career and technical education courses. Qualified students can participate in a dual-enrollment program, allowing them to earn college credits for select courses while in high school.
Highpoint Virtual Academy of Michigan
Highpoint Virtual Academy of Michigan offers college-bound students a rigorous curriculum that prepares them to enter the school's upcoming Early/Middle College Program in high school. Students receive instruction through a variety of live online class sessions in addition to their online curriculum.
Insight School of Michigan
ISMI's program was designed to help students stay in school and earn a high school diploma. Highlights include block scheduling, credit recovery courses, and supportive teachers and school staff. Students also receive college and career guidance.
Other Available Schools
Jenison International Academy
Fully Accredited. Available to students who live in Ottawa, Kent, Muskegon, Newaygo, Montcalm, Ionia, Barry, and Allegan counties.
Lake City Area School District
Michigan District Virtual Programs
Programs available throughout the Lower Peninsula that allow students to earn their diploma and participate in extracurricular and co-curricular activities through their local school district.