Quality Courses

Students may choose from a list of online classes. Our multimedia-based curriculum engages students in the learning process with video presentations by highly qualified subject-certified teachers, and online projects to ensure students master the instructional content.

Personalized Credit Recovery

Students will begin the course by completing a diagnostic pre-assessment. This pre-assessment will determine the specific skills that students will focus on throughout the course to successfully demonstrate mastery.

Credits are accepted by districts and schools working with MVP.

Flexibility & Convenience

Students may access course materials anytime/anywhere when connected to the Internet and work at their own pace.  This flexibility allows students to progress with coursework during a family vacation or an out-of-town visit. A teacher is available to help each student stay on track.

Local Support

Students and parents can rely on the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit for ongoing support.

  • Face-to-face student orientation
  • Technical assistance
  • Trouble-shooting help
  • Monitoring of student progress

2017 Schedule

  • Student Orientation will be held June 2017 at MCIU
  • Courses run June 12-19 – August 4-11, 2017.  Your school’s dates may vary.
  • Final course scores submitted to schools the week of August 14th or after your program closes.
  • MVP office hours: Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 4 PM (July 4th office is closed)
  • Note: Orientation information will be posted online after June 1, 2017
  • Additional information contact:  mvp@mciu.org or 484-687-4101

No extensions will be granted for any reason.  All courses are non-refundable.

2018 Schedule

  • Student Orientation will be held June 2018 at MCIU
  • Courses run June 11-18 – August 6-13, 2018.  Your school’s dates may vary.
  • Final course scores submitted to schools the week of August 13th or after your program closes.

Cost to Families

$280 per course
NOTE: Students must have computer and Internet access

Expectations: Students will be expected to work daily on lessons and assignments and plan their time accordingly to be completed by the course end date. Scores will be forwarded to the School/District at the end of the program.

Additional materials such as a novel may be required. Books may be checked out from the local library, school library, or purchased at the bookstore.

Help Desk

Choose your specific course platform for assistance at our Help page