WAY Michigan is an online charter school serving grades 6 - 12 across the state of Michigan.
1. Engaging Projects - Students explore authentic, engaging, and real-world problems
2. Progress Faster - Students progress by mastering learning standards in their courses
3. Technology Provided - Free laptop & internet are provided, if needed
4. Accredited - WAY Michigan is nationally accredited by AdvancEd
5. Make Your Schedule - Student create their own weekly schedule
We have published our November newsletter!
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WAY Michigan provides a variety of instructional and supplemental programs. The programs we want to highlight in this story is our ALEKS Math and Achievement Series programs.
It is never too early to work on improving your test-taking skills. At WAY Michigan we offer two programs, Khan Academy and Method Test Prep, for students to participate in to build their test-taking skills throughout the school year.
We would like to introduce a project for WAY Michigan students called Tell It Your WAY! This project was created with researchers' stories in mind! This project will walk researchers through their choice of product: either a speech or a personal testimonial about their educational journey with WAY Michigan.
The WAY Michigan E-Sports club has registered to participate in the Michigan High School E-Sports Federation. This organization is a Non-Profit that helps bring schools across the state together to participate in E-Sports events.
We are excited to let you know that we have created new student email accounts for all students. Learn more inside!
WAY Michigan has created a Perception Survey that we would like families to participate in. Please click here to follow the link. We will be using this information at our November School Improvement meeting
WAY Michigan is using Xello for our education development plan program this year. Our teacher Mrs. Kimberly Iorillo has created a Xello project for students to complete the work necessary for the plan.
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Ron Stefanski, Director of Sales and Marketing at Centric Learning, was invited to talk to J W. Marshall on the Voices of E-Learning podcast, which is presented by MarketScale. They talked about about project-based learning and its future in a blended educational system.
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