KRESA Virtual & Innovative Collaborative (KVIC)
VIRTUAL LEARNING, REIMAGINED
KRESA Virtual & Innovative Collaborative (KVIC) is a virtual learning program operated jointly by the Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency (KRESA) and participating local school districts. KVIC is built upon a virtual learning model that has been operating locally for nearly ten years — it provides a personalized and challenging online learning plan for every student in the KRESA service area with costs borne by school districts.
For students and families that cannot, or choose not to, engage in traditional face-to-face schooling, KVIC provides an excellent alternative, offering personalized learning, multiple course options and innovative learning platforms that best meet the needs of all learners.
This Kindergarten through 12th grade program was designed with a rigorous, aligned curriculum and is taught by highly qualified teachers from your local districts.
Enrollment Opens August 10
Families must officially enroll their child in their local school district. All enrolled students will have one or more content teacher(s) to facilitate the learning of the online material and one mentor who supports the overall academic progress.
Please contact your local school district for additional enrollment information.