A New Way to Learn for Michigan's High School Students
Did you know providing your student a quality high school education no longer means taking the traditional, one-size-fits-all approach? At a K12-powered virtual high school in Michigan, your student can excel through individualized learning experiences tailored to meet their needs and goals. And whether they plan to go to college or enter the workforce after graduation, the online high schools in Michigan powered by K12 can help your student chart a path to their future.
How does K12-powered online high school in Michigan work?
Just like traditional brick-and-mortar schools, the K12-powered online public high schools in Michigan are tuition-free* and offer instruction from Michigan-certified teachers with support from counselors and school staff. The Learning Coach—usually a parent or other responsible adult—provides student oversight for about 1 to 2 hours each day. The engaging, highly interactive K12 curriculum includes core subjects and a wide selection of electives. Students also enjoy online and in-person social opportunities such as field trips, clubs, and activities.
When a student enrolls in a K12-powered online high school in Michigan, state-certified instructors develop an Individualized Learning Plan, which combines assessments with realistic objectives designed to move them forward. Subject-specific instructors also adjust teaching to accommodate students' needs.
Your Choice of K12-Powered Virtual High Schools in Michigan
Learn more about your tuition-free* K12-powered, Michigan online public school options below:
Michigan Grate Lakes Virtual Academy | Grades K–12
Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy partners with families to help students become self-motivated learners with greater academic success and confidence. Michigan-certified teachers instruct and work with students in live online classes. The curriculum offers traditional core courses, art, music, world languages, career technical education electives, and more. A dual enrollment program allows qualified high school students to earn college credits on select courses. The school also offers the Destinations Career Program, where 9th–12th graders can prepare for college and career by taking career technical education courses in Business, Finance, Marketing, and Health and Human Services.
1309 Madison Road| Manistee, MI 49660
Michigan Virtual Charter Academy | Grades K–12
Michigan Virtual Charter Academy is dedicated to providing an enriching learning experience tailored to each student's needs. The school encourages a collaborative partnership among teachers, staff, families, and students. The engaging, highly interactive curriculum challenges students, while Michigan-certified teachers interact with students in live online class sessions and provide guidance and extra help when needed. High school students can take STEM and AP® courses and get ahead with dual enrollment options in college courses. Field trips and other activities help students connect in a vibrant, supportive school community.
678 Front Avenue, #190| Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Highpoint Virtual Academy | Grades K–10
Highpoint Virtual Academy of Michigan partners with families to offer an exceptional, personalized learning experience. Michigan-certified teachers work with Learning Coaches, typically a parent, to guide students through the online curriculum at home. K–5 students participate in live online classes based on What I Need (WIN) scheduling to support their independent learning. Middle school and high school students use a blend of live and independent class time to complete a rigorous K12 curriculum. Highpoint will add a grade level each year to offer grades K–12 by the 2020–2021 school year.
P.O. Box #596 | Mesick, MI 49668
Insight School of Michigan | Grades 6–12
Insight School of Michigan recognizes the potential of every student and provides students and families with a supportive approach to help them overcome obstacles to academic success. The school is designed to help students stay in school and earn a high school diploma. Credit recovery courses, block scheduling, and a variety of support programs for students and families are among the resources that enable students to build confidence and skills. Experienced teachers and counselors are dedicated to inspiring students to work hard and take positive steps forward.
6512 Centurion Drive, Suite 320 | Lansing, MI 48917
Are you considering changing to an online school?
K12-powered virtual high schools in Michigan offer a positive change for families like yours. Learn more about tuition-free* online high school powered by K12.
*Families do not pay tuition for a student to attend an online public school. Common household items and office supplies like printer ink and paper are not provided. Our enrollment consultants can help address your technological and computer questions and needs.