“Any Time, Any Place, Any Way, Any Pace”
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.
With the 2014-2015 school year, Three Rivers Community Schools Online Learning Program continues it success and expands its program to offer online courses to students in grades 6th through 12th. Well-trained classroom mentors support student learning and the use of technology.
Online Learning Coordinator
Why Online Learning?
- Accelerated learning that leads to dual enrollment or early entrance to college
- Variety of courses that are not offered in the classroom
- Student is highly motivated and prefers an independent learning environment
- Flexibility in scheduling especially for dual enrollment students
- Relevant experience for college and the work place
- Credit recovery
What Makes Us Special?
- 95% average success rate for students in MIVHS courses (State average is 88%)
- Outstanding Online Classroom Coordinators who are caring and supportive to ensure student success
- Program recognized for student performance with “Pay for Performance” grant, August 2013
- One of 13 public schools in Michigan to become a “Partner in Innovation” with Michigan Virtual School
- Three Rivers Online Learning Program offers over 200 online courses including 36 Advanced Placement courses.
- 21f is new legislation that allows middle and high school students who are enrolled in a Michigan public local district to take up to two online courses per academic term. We are 21f ready and compliant with 174 courses listed in our district catalog on http://www.micourses.org.
What Our Students Are Saying
“Online learning helped me to complete my required courses early so I could dual enroll in college classes.”
“I can work at my own pace in an environment that is comfortable for me.”
“Taking online courses allowed me to take the classes I wanted without a scheduling conflict.”