Michigan Blended and Online Virtual Public Schools Host Information Sessions for Interested Families Statewide

While the summer has just begun, back-to-school will be here before you know it, which is why families still undecided about where to send their children need to act quickly. For those looking for a personalized approach to learning, Michigan’s leading virtual and blended learning schools – Michigan Connections Academy, Great Lakes Cyber Academy and Nexus Academy’s three campuses in Grand Rapids, Lansing and Royal Oak – are hosting free information sessions throughout the summer.


Informational events allow families and students to see first-hand the programs offered at each school, as well as meet the highly qualified Michigan-certified teachers and learn more about the award-winning curriculum.


“The personalized approach the school provides has done wonders for my child,” said Meredith Seymour, whose child attends virtual school, Great Lakes Cyber Academy. “Through this learning model, I am able to be more involved in her day-to-day activities, assignments and experiments. Aside from the reassurance that she is actively learning, I enjoy being able to be part of her growth.”


Space is limited, so early enrollment is encouraged for those families interested in attending one of these virtual or blended learning schools. For a list of information sessions and open house events taking place at each school this summer, please visit:


·         www.MichiganConnectionsAcademy.com/Events

·         www.GreatLakesCyberAcademy.com/Events

·         www.NexusAcademySchool.com/GrandRapidsEvents

·         www.NexusAcademySchool.com/LansingEvents

·         www.NexusAcademySchool.com/RoyalOakEvents


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