Parent Meeting for Online High School Courses
Parents are highly encouraged to attend the parent meeting to get important information about our online program through Michigan Virtual.
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 6:00pm
Northville High School Forum
2019 Course Catalog and Registration
Registration begins: April 29, 2019 (Registration link will be available Monday morning)
Last day to Enroll: June 28, 2019
Online Course Descriptions
Drops and Changes Policy
Return Policy for drops
- Last day to drop with a refund in June 28, 2019.
- There is a $10 return fee for each course dropped.
- Processing fees charged at time of purchase are non-refundable.
Course Change Policy
- Last day to change courses is June 28, 2019.
- No fee will be charged to change courses.
How to Drop/Change Courses
Please complete the Drop/Change Request Form to begin the process. Be sure to have your original receipt with you as details are required from your original purchase. This receipt should have been emailed to you when you enrolled.
Additional Summer Opportunities
Summer School for High School Students
Many summer classes at the high school level provide students with the opportunity to recover or gain a semester's credit for each class successfully completed (including the final exam, if required). There are also additional online classes that provide opportunities for students to explore areas of interest.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please review our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to many of the questions we are often asked by parents.
Michigan Virtual (MV) ID and password help
Online Course Mentors and Lab Hours
Computer Lab Hours: TBA
Mentor Schedule: TBA
High School Transcript Information
A form must be submitted in order to request that an online class be added to your transcript. If you are an out of district student enrolled in the Northville Public Schools Summer School Program, the transcript letter will be mailed to your home school counseling office.
A paper transcript will not be sent home for summer school. You will be able to check your grades on Blackboard until your course ends. Although you should be very familiar with where your grades are located, you must enter your classroom in Blackboard and select the "My Grades" tab. Scroll to the bottom of the page and the total score for the course will be your final grade. At least a 60% for any course will get you credit for the course. Keep in mind a letter grade will go on your transcript, not the percentage. We use the Northville High School Grading Scale to convert the percentage to a letter grade.
Your grade will not appear on your transcript UNLESS you submit the form.
The Summer School program is organized by the Office of Instruction and district staff. The program is self-supported through tuition, and minimum enrollment is required through pre-registration efforts.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact:
Daniel Spitzley, Summer Program Coordinator
The Summer School office is located at Hillside Middle School.
Summer School Office hours:
Monday - Thursday
June 25th - August 10th
8:30am - 2:30pm
Office of Instruction
Dr. Sandra Brock, Director of Instruction
Please note: If you have any questions regarding credit or graduation requirements, please refer to your student's counselor.