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Sunday, June 22, 2008

Minnesota Virtual High School Graduates First Online Class


It was bound to happen. "Minnesota Virtual High School (MVHS) graduated its first class of 43 students last Friday. The school, a partnership between Minnesota Transitions Charter School of Minneapolis and Advanced Academics, was launched in 2007 and serves more than 1,000 students from all over the state." Her is a link to the ARTICLE in The Journal, as well as a link to MVHS HERE.

1 comment:

Greg Miller said...

I know that the University of Phoenix has started High School classes online for students. It sounds pretty amazing!