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Madison Virtual Campus is not an online school. It is a supplementary in-district program that provides students with opportunities to take online courses while maintaining all of the benefits and resources available in our high schools.

What is Madison Virtual Campus (MVC)?

Madison Virtual Campus (MVC) is a district-wide service that provides flexible online learning opportunities to MMSD students through their home-school.  MVC is not a school/program and does not offer diplomas. MVC is a partner in the Wisconsin eSchool Network, which offers our students the instructional expertise and opportunities for learning from over 16 member and affiliated school districts. Through our partnership, we have access to fully vetted, standards-aligned curriculum from quality content vendors such as FLVS (Florida Virtual School). 

Currently, only high school courses are available for online enrollment through MVC.  Secondary students with compelling curricula needs (e.g. to keep pace for graduation, to take courses not offered at their high school) consult with their school’s counselor who assists students through a selection and approval process to best meet the student’s particular learning needs. The MVC courses are for original credit or credit recovery and are full semester in length. For further MVC information, contact your school counselor, your school's MVC mentor teacher, or the MVC Teacher Leader (Meri Tunison, 

Other Online Programs (Apex Learning)

MMSD uses Apex Learning's online curricula are primarily used for secondary students in high schools for Credit Recovery, in the Innovative & Alternative Education programs, and for students with Individualized Education Programs. For more information regarding this program, please see the Credit Recovery page.

Doyle-Based Staff:

Coordinate and implement MVC and online program policies, procedures, and communications:

Meri Tunison - Madison Virtual Campus Teacher Leader | 608.442.2155 |

Cindy Green - Executive Director of Secondary Programs and Pathways | 608.663.5216

MVC Resources: