Virtual Middle School Classes
Virtual Middle School Education (6-8)
In partnership with Edmentum, our fully accredited program offers a broad range of rigorous and engaging award-winning courses that cover all four core subjects for every year of middle school. This includes traditional core courses such as Algebra and Biology and specialized courses such as Finance, Business, Marketing, Etc.
- Utilizes the Courseware curriculum.
- Courses are rigorous, relevant, and aligned to State and National Standards to prepare students for success in High School and beyond.
- Electives can be chosen form a Career Technical Education catalog that give students more time to actively learn about and prepare for high-quality programs in High School.
- Learning is led by State-Certified teachers.
- Learning is flexible, and it is delivered 100% online.
Virtual Middle School Classes
Are online middle school classes taught in English or my native language?
All classes taught at MGM Academy are in English unless the subject is in Spanish or French; both are optional.
Can I use my MGM Academy virtual middle school diploma to enroll in college or get a job?
Yes, our school has a solid reputation within the academic community. Our graduates can seek employment; or pursue post-secondary education with their Virtual Middle School diploma. All colleges, universities, and employers accept credentials issued by a regionally accredited virtual school, such as MGM Academy.
When can I start my virtual middle school at MGM Academy?
You can start whenever you want. MGM Academy offers over 100 semesters of Career and Technical Education courses in 16 nationally recognized career clusters. MGM Academy online courses are self-paced and can take place at any time. Our virtual middle school program fits today’s busy lifestyles offering great flexibility to our students who can participate in a learning experience relevant to the real world.
In virtual middle school, what is the role of the student?
In virtual middle school, content delivery is primarily online, a process whereby students are working with independence, allowing them to reach their full potential through the inspired teaching and personalized learning of our online high school program.
What is the role of the teacher in online middle school?
These are just a few of the competencies of our state-certified teachers:
Develop learning plans for students.
Monitor progress and track attendance.
Delivering live 60-minute virtual lessons to introduce the unit.
Provide an overview of assignments.
Discuss major concepts and misconceptions.
Provide links to helpful resources.
Organize online support classes and offer consultation schedules.
As a parent, you play an active role in partnering with teachers and your child. While at MGM, we provide resources, advice, and access to the support of an online parenting community; you, as their representative, must play the role of the child’s learning coach, working closely with teachers and helping them to monitor attendance and supervise them. You will spend 1 to 3 hours a day mentoring your child.
Can a cell phone be used to attend Virtual Middle School Classes at MGM Academy?
Smartphones and tablets are powerful devices, but they may not be the best for completing all parts of Virtual Middle School Classes. Some of the classes we teach at MGM Academy have applications that require a computer, which is particularly necessary for final exams and writing assignments. You can access most of the sections of the online courses on a cell phone or mobile device.
What is the cost of virtual middle school classes and high school at MGM Academy?
We offer flexible and affordable payment plans. MGM Academy is the most affordable regionally accredited online school. Our goal is to keep low costs for our students and their families.
Who are the online middle school students at MGM Academy?
The majority of students at our virtual middle school classes are athletes, artists, homebound students, students seeking a high school diploma, part-time students, traveling students, advanced students seeking new challenges, students with academic difficulties, and others with special needs.