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Back-to-School Without a Glitch: Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy Opens its Online Doors for the New School Year

Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy (MGLVA), a tuition-free full-time online public school is ready to get back to work providing Michigan K-12 students with the safe and comprehensive education they need during these historic times. Students and teachers will open their laptops to log on and start the 2020-2021 school year tomorrow, September 1. The first day of school comes as families across the state are frustrated and nervous about what the new school year will mean in the face of a global pandemic. According to one survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Attending school online is a safe alternative and career readiness programs can allow families to still focus on their child’s future. Open since 2013, and authorized by Manistee Area Public Schools, MGLVA offers a personalized approach to learning, delivering rich, engaging curriculum designed to assist students who seek alternative pathways to education. And students who

It’s Business As Usual for Online Schools – Idaho Technical Career Academy is Ready for the New School Year

In the face of a global pandemic, the new school year has been a constant worry for families throughout Idaho. Even though many Idaho families want their kids back in school, according to one national survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Idaho Technical Career Academy (ITCA), a tuition-free online public-school serving students in grades 9-12 throughout the state begins their school year Monday, August 31 and provides students with the opportunity to reach their academic goals, while planning for the future, and all in a virtual education setting. In addition to working towards their high school diplomas, ITCA students can also participate in the Destinations Career Program , which allows them to discover exciting options for their future in career fields like Business, Health and Human Services, Information Technology, and Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, earn industry certifications in Microsoft, Adobe, and Pharmacy

Ready to Go on Day One: Highpoint Virtual Academy of Michigan Students Already Equipped for Success

Highpoint Virtual Academy of Michigan (HVAM), an online public-school serving K-12 students around the state is ready to get to work providing Michigan students with the safe and comprehensive education options they need during these historic times. In the face of a global pandemic, the new school year has been a constant worry for families throughout Michigan. According to one survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. “Families and students need to know there’s a place where they can still work to move their lives forward,” said Mary Moorman, Head of School for HVAM. “Michigan students can get some certainty and continuity here that they may not be getting at other places.” Since 2016, all HVAM students have had access to a robust curriculum and can attend live virtual classes taught by state-certified online teachers. Students are offered a full course load in the core subjects of math, science, English/language arts, history,

Back-to-School Without a Glitch: Insight Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School Opens Its Online Doors for the New School Year

EXTON, Pa. EXTON, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Insight Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School (Insight PA), a tuition-free full-time online public school is ready to get back to work providing Pennsylvania K-12 students with the safe and comprehensive education they need during these historic times. Students and teachers will open their laptops to log on and start the 2020-2021 […]

Back-to-School Without a Glitch: Destinations Career Academy of Oregon and Insight School of Oregon-Painted Hills Open their Online Doors for the New School Year

Destinations Career Academy of Oregon (ORDCA), a tuition-free full-time online public school serving students in grades 9-12, and Insight School of Oregon-Painted Hills (ISOR-PH) serving students in grades 7-12, are ready to get back to work providing Oregon students with the safe and comprehensive education they need during these historic times. Students and teachers will open their laptops to log on and start the 2020-2021 school year on Monday, August 31. The first day of school comes as families across the state are frustrated and nervous about what the new school year will mean in the face of a global pandemic. According to one national survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Attending school online is a safe alternative and career readiness programs can allow families to still focus on their child’s future. As part of the Oregon public school system, and staffed by state-licensed teachers, ORDCA and ISOR-PH offer a

Pikes Peak Online School Welcomes Students for New Year

In the face of a global pandemic, the new school year has been a constant worry for families throughout Colorado. According to one survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick-and-mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Even more, students who need additional education assistance are concerned about their dwindling options. Pikes Peak Online School (PPOS), an online public school, will welcome students for the 2020-2021 school year on Monday, August 31 st . PPOS is a tuition-free, public school at home option available for students statewide in 9 th through 12 th grade. “We are able to provide students with an option to continue their education without disruption,” said PPOS Head of School Nicole Tiley. “With a rigorous curriculum and our years of experience with online learning, we are excited to start a new school year of helping students reach their full potential.” PPOS provides a personalized approach to learning, delivering engaging curriculum entirely online. In pursuit

Back-to-School Without a Glitch: Idaho Virtual Academy Opens its Online Doors for the New School Year

Idaho Virtual Academy (IDVA), a tuition-free full-time online public school, serving students in grades K-12 throughout the state, is ready to get back to work providing Idaho students with the safe and comprehensive education they need during these historic times. Students and teachers will open their laptops to log on and start the 2020-2021 school year Monday, August 31. The first day of school comes as families across the state are frustrated and nervous about what the new school year will mean in the face of a global pandemic. Until this confusion is settled, attending school online at home can be a safe alternative. As part of the Idaho public school system, and staffed by state-licensed teachers, IDVA offers a personalized approach to learning, delivering rich, engaging curriculum designed to assist students who seek alternative pathways to education. “Parents are anxious about what the upcoming school year is going to look like, and we can’t really blame them,” said IDVA Head

Ready to Go on Day One: Maine Virtual Academy Students Already Equipped for Success

Maine Virtual Academy (MEVA), an online public-school serving students in grades 7-12 around the state, is ready for the start of the new school year, providing Maine students with the safe and comprehensive education options they need during these historic times. In the face of a global pandemic, the new school year has been a constant worry for families throughout Maine. According to one national survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Authorized by the Maine Charter School Commission, and staffed by state-licensed teachers, MEVA offers a personalized approach to learning, delivering a rich, engaging curriculum designed to assist students who seek alternative pathways to education. “Parents are understandably anxious about what the upcoming school year is going to look like, and we understand,” said MEVA Head of School Dr. Melinda Browne. “Rest assured, we’ve been doing this in Maine for 5 years. We know how to do it right. And

Back-to-School Without a Glitch: Insight Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School Opens Its Online Doors for the New School Year

Insight Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School (Insight PA), a tuition-free full-time online public school is ready to get back to work providing Pennsylvania K-12 students with the safe and comprehensive education they need during these historic times. Students and teachers will open their laptops to log on and start the 2020-2021 school year Tuesday, September 1. The first day of school comes as families across the state are frustrated and nervous about what the new school year will mean in the face of a global pandemic. According to one survey , 2/3 of parents support keeping brick and mortar schools closed until there is no risk. Attending school online is a safe alternative and career readiness programs can allow families to still focus on their child’s future. Open since 2017, Insight PA offers a personalized approach to learning, delivering rich, engaging curriculum designed to assist students who seek alternative pathways to education. And students who attend Insight PA are also

It’s Business as Usual for Online Schools: Michigan Virtual Charter Academy is Ready for the New School Year

Michigan Virtual Charter Academy (MVCA), a tuition-free online public-school serving students in grades K-12 throughout the state begins their school year Tuesday, September 1, and provides Michigan students the chance to learn without limits. Open in 2010, and built off engaging curriculum, MVCA has student success as one of its core values. And state-licensed teachers offer a personalized learning experience which enables students to concentrate on their courses in a safe environment. MVCA has a comprehensive curriculum and opportunities for students to take Honors and AP courses, giving students what they need for their academic journey. Students are supported through online, phone, and electronic connections at all times. “With everything going on, many Michigan parents are just unsure what to do this coming school year, and we understand their concerns,” said MVCA Head of School, Randy Rodriguez. “I can tell you that MVCA has been a place of strong, consistent education for