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    experience in tailoring the online virtual curriculum to the individual needs of
our students. With a long track record of success and an ever-increasing number of graduates every year, WMVA has proven that virtual learning can be done the right way when students are given the tools and support that they need to succeed in the virtual environment. With the opportunity to work completely from home or at one of our fully-staffed computer labs on-site, WMVA’s emphasis on flexibility and individualized learning programs puts the virtual school ahead of the online curve.
Each year we are adding more and more programs at WMVA; administra- tion and staff look to expand to meet the needs of today’s students. Past successes include: a face-to-face College and Career Prep class teaching students real-life scenarios; FAFSA preparation to assist students in applying for college grants and scholarships; Career Day connecting
With our central office being located inside the Full Blast building, WMVA of- fers so many exciting extracurricular op- portunities for students. Opportunities like having access to a water park, fitness cen- ter, and basketball/volleyball courts. Also, access to live, highly qualified educators and even a Master School Social Worker; whom provides a variety of services such as, but not limited to: individual counsel- ing sessions, group counseling sessions, and emotional support all help to seal the uniqueness and success of WMVA.
Despite the turbulence of the last
year, WMVA was able to award over 50 diplomas to our students last year. This year, we had more students graduate after the Fall semester than ever before and
we only expect this trend to continue to rise as students and parents discover our program.
To learn more about us go to www., find us on Facebook, call (269) 441-9463 or stop by and see our center at 35 West Hamblin Avenue.
WMVA will insure that our students will have the ability to work virtually with full support of our staff or be able to drop in our center with proper adherence to
the state guidelines for a safe and healthy educational experience.
• FREEtutoring
• FREE Summer School
• FREE College dual enrollment • FREE Laptop and Internet
• Grades 6-12
• Tuition free
• Highly qualified teachers
• Michigan merit curriculum
Raising the bar: Some of the high- lights of our non-traditional approach this year: our growing participation in dual enrollment with Kellogg Com- munity College, as well as the RMTC program. Students are also participat- ing in the Calhoun Area Career Center (CACC) in pursuit of their desired career pathway.
We now offer one-on-one, individual- ized math tutoring for students struggling in Math (as well as other academic areas).
A Pioneer in Virtual Learning, WMVA is Leading the Way
As traditional schools are navigat- ing the ins and outs of virtual learning, West Michigan Virtual Academy
is proud to boast over a decade of excellence and
West Michigan Virtual Academy offers a non-traditional program and environ- ment that, through time, has proven to
be successful for many students. Stu- dents have 24-hour access to their own personalized, state of the art, and online curriculum. Each student is equipped
with a personalized education plan, which outlines their exact needs in order to meet their goal. West Michigan Virtual Acad- emy provides flexible and personalized learning environments, as well as highly qualified teachers in designated subject areas, and mentor teachers that assist students in reaching their goals; a high school diploma; and is even staffed with a school social worker.
students to mentors; graduation audits as teachers assist students to take con- trol of their own graduation plans; SAT prep classes; and Military Day to assist students in learning about the opportuni- ties available in joining. These programs evolve with the needs of our students.
Enrollment is filling fast! Stop by and see us!

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