pcvsPinckney Community Schools is now accepting applications for the Pinckney Community Virtual School for the 2017/18 school year. 

The Pinckney Community Virtual School is an online learning program between the Pinckney Community Schools and Michigan Virtual School (MVS), a division of Michigan Virtual University. Online learning can be an exciting learning opportunity for a student who is motivated and committed to this type of learning environment. The Pinckney Community Schools is committed to making this a successful experience for all students accepted into the program.

Students enrolled in the Pinckney Community Virtual School program have the flexibility of learning anytime, anywhere, and at the pace that works best for them and their family. MVS provides an extensive catalogue of courses designed and taught by certified and highly qualified teachers. In addition to the instruction and support provided by MVS, Pinckney Community Virtual School provides a mentor teacher for each student to assist them in their online learning. The curriculum is designed for grades 6-12  to meet State of Michigan requirements culminating in a high school diploma. We operate on a semester schedule with students taking six courses each semester.  A complete list of courses for the 2017/18 school year can be found at the following link:

17/18 Pinckney Virtual School Course Catalog

 

 

The Pinckney Community Schools will be accepting a limited number of students in the Pinckney Community Virtual School program from Livingston County, and residents of the neighboring intermediate school districts of Genessee, Ingham, Oakland, Shiawassee and Washtenaw.  Applications for the Pinckney Community Virtual School can be found at the following link:

2017/18 Pinckney Community Virtual School Program Application

Thank you for your interest in the Pinckney Community Virtual School. We look forward to providing you with an enriching and rewarding online learning experience.

The Pinckney Community Schools is committed to making this a successful experience for all students accepted into the program.  If a parent/guardian has any questions about the program offerings, please contact Brian G. Higgins, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and Student Services, via email (bhiggins@pinckneypirates.org) or at (810) 225-3900.

Thank you for your interest in the Pinckney Community Virtual School program.