MPS Virtual School Program

The MPS Virtual School Program started at the beginning of the 2015-16 school year.   It started as a pilot program that was approved by the Montgomery County Board of Education on April 28, 2015.  The program is a mixture of full-time virtual students and students that also attend the career-tech program (MPACT).  The program uses the ACCESS distance learning program curriculum that is provided by the Alabama State Department of Education.  The students in the Virtual School Program are issued a Chromebook to enable them to receive instruction anytime, anywhere.  The students are enrolled at their zoned high school and required to take all state-mandated testing. Extracurricular activities are offered at the zone school. The program requires that the students come to the Virtual School Program site at the Professional Services Center at least once a week for the student to take their chapter/unit assessments in the presence of our Virtual School Facilitator and for their computers to receive updates.  This program is available for students in grades 9-12 that are on track to graduate on time.

For more information, please contact the Educational Technology Department at 334-269-3830 or visit the Montgomery Public Schools Virtual Schools Website.