• Summer 2023 – Michigan Virtual High School Courses Offered at Reduced Cost - Improving a Grade or Taking for the First Time

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    This option is for a student who has or will complete 8th grade before the summer of 2023 and was enrolled in Ann Arbor Public Schools during the 2022-2023 school year and wishes to seek new credit, retake classes from a previous term, or take a course(s) to advance their curriculum. This special cost-saving price is to encourage our students to engage in learning this summer.

    • This option is available to any student enrolled in Ann Arbor Public Schools during the 2022-2023 school year. 
    • AAPS students may choose up to two online classes during the summer term at a special reduced cost savings of $100 per course. 
    • The class(es) taken during the summer term will earn both credit and a grade.  There are no extensions or incompletes during the summer term.  There is a drop period that ends 5 days after the course starts.  Please note that withdrawals will not be accepted except in new extenuating circumstances.  Once the drop period has passed, a grade will be earned for the course.  Students need to be committed to learning and not take a course to “try it out”. 
    • The Michigan Virtual summer term is 10 weeks long, May 19 - July 28, 2023. 
    • Each online course is considered to average 80-100 hours depending on the student.  We equate that to an average of 15-20 hours per week.  Students taking two courses will be committing to 30-40 hours of studying a week. 


    Regular Summer Options for Non-Ann Arbor Public School Students

    • Students who were not enrolled with Ann Arbor Public Schools during the 2022-2023 school year, homeschool students, and students from outside the district may enroll in up to two online classes each summer.
    • A2 Virtual+ will provide a mentor for each enrollment with Michigan Virtual and will provide an Ann Arbor Public School transcript with a grade for the course. It is the responsibility of the student and/or parent(s) to ensure that their district will accept the credit. 


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    May 19th - July 28th

    The last day to enroll in Michigan Virtual courses is June 30th.

    (Drop period is 5 days after enrolling)


     The following courses are available through Michigan Virtual School for the summer term.  
    Syllabi and Course Descriptions for the courses below can be found here: https://michiganvirtual.org/courses/students



    American Literature A or B
    British Literature A or B
    Composition (Beginning)
    English 9A or 9B
    English 10A or 10B
    Film Studies: American Film Survey
    Journalism (Introduction)
    World Literature


    Anatomy and Physiology A or B
    Biology A or B
    Chemistry A or B
    Earth Science A or B
    Environmental Science A or B
    Forensic Science
    Oceanography A or B
    Physics A or B
    Veterinary Science: The Care of Animals



    Algebra 1A or 1B
    Algebra 2A or 2B
    Geometry A or B
    Calculus A or B
    Mathematics of Baseball
    Mathematics of Personal Finance
    Pre-Calculus A or B
    Probability and Statistics

    World Language 

    American Sign Language 1A or 1B
    American Sign Language 2A or 2B
    French 1A or 1B
    French 2A or 2B
    German 1A or 1B
    German 2A or 2B
    Japanese 1A or 1B
    Japanese 2A or 2B
    Latin 1A or 1B
    Latin 2A or 2B
    Spanish 1A or 1B
    Spanish 2A or 2B
    Spanish 3A or 3B
    Spanish 4A or 4B

    Social Studies 

    U.S. History A or B
    World History A or B


    Health Education


    Personal Fitness

    Personal Fitness 



    Accounting A or B
    Advanced Programming: Mobile Apps and Game Design
    African American History
    Anthropology I: Uncovering Human Mysteries
    Archeology: Detectives of the Past
    Basic Web Design: HTML & CSS
    Business Ethics
    Digital Information Technology A or B
    Digital Photography
    Economics of Personal Finance
    Film Studies: American Film Survey
    Foundations of Programming A or B
    Guitar 1A or 1B
    Guitar 2A or 2B
    Hospitality and Tourism: Traveling the Globe
    Java Programming A or B
    Java Script Game Design
    Medical Terminology
    Music Appreciation: Odyssey
    Mythology and Folklore: Legendary Tales
    Native American History
    Philosophy: The Big Picture
    Social Media
    Sociology I: Introduction to Sociology
    Sociology II: Social Problems
    Sports and Entertainment Marketing
    Visual Art Comprehension
    World Religions: Exploring Diversity


    Cyber Security & Networking

    CCNA 1: Introduction to Networking
    CCNA 2: Routing and Switching Essentials
    CCNA 3: Enterprise Networking, Security and Automation
    Linux Essentials
    Linux Operating System 1
    Linux Operating System 2
    Networking and Cybersecurity Essentials