What is a Virtual Learning Program?
A Virtual Learning Program allows for online learning options for students to continue working on a high school diploma or grade progression without physically attending the school campus on a daily basis.
Enrollment in the Success Academy is conducted through an application and interview process.
Participation requires weekly two-way communication between the student, mentor, and/or director.
Each virtual learning student will have a personalized learning plan.
Students must participate in their grade level state and local assessments, which include NWEA MAP testing, MSTEP, PSAT, SAT, and ACT WorkKeys.
Students will have access to mentors who will assist in monitoring academic progress and will facilitate support as needed.
Tutoring is available on-site and online.
Eligible students may take CTE classes at the high school.
Eligible students may participate in athletics and band at the high school.
Students have the opportunity to apply for dual enrollment at Macomb Community College.
Volunteer and community outreach opportunities are also available.