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High School

High School Curriculum

The foundation of the Virtual Learning Academy Consortium High School is a curriculum offered through Lincoln Learning Solutions, guided by your local mentor teacher.  Lincoln courses are highly engaging and are aligned to the Michigan content standards.  Lincoln classes provide learning objects that make content mastery possible. Students can also personalize their schedule of courses with electives.  VLAC mentors meet with each student to personalize their schedule to fulfill graduation standards while developing the student's interest.

VLAC Credit Requirements and Graduation

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. VLAC mentor teachers monitor student grades and progress. Students also have one Lincoln teacher for each class in which they are enrolled. 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. 

Participating Districts

Genesee

  • Flushing​
  • Lakeville

Ingham

  • ​Williamston

Kalamazoo

  • Vicksburg

Lapeer

  • Almont​
  • Dryden

Oakland

  • ​Berkley
  • Birmingham
  • Bloomfield
  • Clarenceville
  • Huron Valley
  • Lake Orion
  • Madison
  • Novi
  • Pontiac
  • Royal Oak
  • South Lyon
  • Walled Lake
  • Waterford

Washtenaw

  • Ypsilanti

Wayne

  • Lincoln Park
  • Westwood