• A2Virtual+ extension request deadlines (last day to turn in signed paperwork) for 2021-22:


    Extension Deadline:

    • Trimester 1: November 12, 2021 (AAPS courses)
      • Trimester 1:  November 19, 2021 (Michigan Virtual courses)
    • Semester 1:  Jan. 6, 2022-  has been extended until January 11 for Michigan Virtual Classes and January 14, 2022, for AAPS classes.
    • Trimester 2:   February 18, 2021 (Michigan Virtual courses)
      • Trimester 2: February 25, 2022 (AAPS courses)
    • Semester 2 and Trimester 3:  May 20, 2022 (Michigan Virtual courses)

    Semester 2 and Trimester 3:  May 20, 2022  (AAPS courses)




    To be considered for an extension, the following conditions must be met:

    1.  The student must have earned between 45%-59% of the total points or completed between 45% -59% of the total activities.
    2.  The student must have logged into and actively engaged in the course by completing activities on a regular basis throughout the term.  A regular basis means a minimum of 5 hours a week, every week.  Pandemic rules require a regular activity for a minimum of 10 weeks.
    3. 5th-Grade students taking Math Acceleration are not eligible for an extension.
    4. Extensions are not granted for middle school level courses; only high school level courses that earn high school credit.
    5. If the student is eligible per the above criteria, complete the form that is linked below.  After submitting the form, look for the completed form and a work plan to be returned to the student email. 
    6.  The student must turn in the following to their respective AAPS Building Liaison/Instructor by the end of the specified deadline for the term:
      1. The completed and fully signed Extension Request form
      2. Fully completed Extension Completion Plan (also attached to the emailed request form)


    Link for the EXTENSION FORM


    Students who require an extension can earn a top grade of 90% if an extension is granted.  

    Students can apply for a maximum of two extensions.  The extension period is only over two consecutive weeks.  Classes would need to be worked on concurrently.