High School Curriculum
The foundation of the Virtual Learning Academy Consortium High School is a curriculum offered through Imagine and Lincoln Learning Solutions. Upon completion of enrollment, student complete a Learning Profile activity which helps inform which curriculum options are best fit to students' unique needs. Students can choose a combination of Imagine and Lincoln Learning classes in order to meet their needs. With single sign in capabilities through Clever, students will find navigating between two curriculum vendors easy.
Upon enrollment, students will complete the Lincoln Orientation Courses and Imagine Orientation Courses.
Students begin their core Lincoln Learning and Imagine Learning courses from subjects: English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies and World Languages. Click on the images below to view course list for each subject.
General elective courses allow high school students to pursue their passions and personal interests, like music, dance, or art. When elective courses are carefully selected, they can prepare you for the challenges of college academics and improve your college-level academic skills.
Career Readiness Imagine courses support career exploration with hands-on activities that enable students to deepen their experience with their career interests.
(Course detail information are coming soon.)
Lincoln Empowered offers standards-based courses that make it possible for schools to meet the needs of students who want to learn in subject areas. Lincoln Empowered courses give students multiple ways to engage with, understand, and demonstrate mastery of the course content.
Imagine Learning initial credit and credit recovery courses provide research-based curricula that can be adapted to each our Grade 6-12 student’s unique learning journey.
High school students have a VLAC teacher mentor who is a full time Oakland Schools State of Michigan certified teacher. Your VLAC mentor teacher is available during school hours to assist and ensure your success in online learning. VLAC mentors monitor student progress and contact students weekly. Mentors communicate with parents and enrolling school contacts such as school counselors in order to support students learning. Teachers are available for online, phone, and text support during school hours.
High school students have a State of Michigan content area certified teacher for each course in which they are enrolled through Imagine and Lincoln. These teachers communicate weekly with students in their online courses, provide feedback on student work submission, and are available to correspond during office hours, via email and phone.
VLAC upholds the graduation requirements of your enrolling district. Program staff collaborate with high school counselors, students and families to ensure students are enrolled in classes that meet graduation requirements. At the end of each semester, VLAC mentor teachers enter grades into report cards which are shared with enrolling schools. Enrolling schools use report card data to transcript courses from VLAC report cards to enrolling district credit structures. Once graduation requirements are met, students graduate from the high school or district issuing the diploma.