Three Rivers Community Schools began the journey into online learning with Michigan Virtual High School during the 2002-2003 school year. The goal was and still remains to provide innovative educational opportunities to meet our students’ diverse learning styles.
Partners in Innovation
Pay for Performance Recognition 2013-2014
Based upon student performance in Michigan Virtual School courses during the 2012-2013 school year, Three Rivers High School’s online program was recognized for their success and received over $16,000 in grants.
“Three Rivers High School earned credit for enrollment(s) in a Michigan Virtual School® course for the 2013-14 school year as a result of a pilot program conducted during the 2012-13 school year. Section 98 (3) of Public Act 201 of 2012 authorized MVU®, the nonprofit parent company of MVS®, to conduct a year-long pilot study of a new performance-based model for MVS. The pilot replaced the traditional enrollment and funding mechanism for online learning. At the completion of this past school year, MVS randomly selected 1,002 of its qualifying enrollments that met seven requirements as prescribed by the study.”