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Why choose VLAC

Oakland Schools, in partnership with local school districts, provide a flexible, rigorous, and innovative world-class virtual learning option for students grades K-8. more info

curriculum we provide

The world-renowned Calvert School curriculum is a high-quality, researched-based, standards-aligned program of study designed to prepare your child for success in school and life. more info

K-8 enrollment is now open

Enrollment for the 2014/15 school year is now open. It is recommended that enrollment be completed no later than August 1, 2014. Limited space is available so reserve your child's spot soon. more info

Tuition-free K-8 Virtual School

Virtual Learning Academy Consortium (VLAC) offers a choice for parents who want to be more directly involved in their child’s education. Our virtual school is available to students in Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties whose parents have chosen to guide their education using home-based learning. Our flexible program enables you to share the gift of your time and talent with your child.  more...

Hear From Our Families

"My kids are both enrolled and I love everything about this learning institution." -  Brandi Gathers

Stay connected by visiting our Facebook ​page to see the latest news, articles and events going on with VLAC families. 

 

The VLAC Experience

 

The virtual learning experience consists of a partnership among students, our faculty, parents, peers, and both academic and technology support teams. The support of our team empowers your child to reach his or her full academic potential. Our virtual schools instructional model provides individualized learning plans that meet your child’s specific needs.​​

Students who enroll in VLAC will be provided:

  • a tailored program of learning designed to meet their specific educational needs and goals,

  • each student will instructional oversight by highly qualified Michigan teachers, with low student to teacher ratios,

  • materials needed to participate in virtual learning using the K-8 Calvert curriculum

  • and technology equipment (including computer, printer/scanner and internet access) at no cost.
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