Tuition-free KG - 5th

“If your student is having to use e-learning, come to a school who’s set up and prepared for it.”

our program

Our Online School is tuition-free and aligned with Michigan’s educational standards.

Your young learners are special, smart, curious and happy!

You want them to stay that way, and you want more control over their education so you can guide their learning to best fit your family priorities. At Uplift Michigan Online School you can have that, plus a lot more. More? Yes, a lot more.

First, you have educational options focused on Michigan state standards. Next, you have flexibility. Lastly, you have highly qualified and passionate teachers who are true experts in online elementary learning. We don’t want to fool you, online education takes focus, commitment and time, but the benefits of a high-quality education focused on your young learner and with the help of our great teachers will pay off.

Watch the video to the right to learn more from one of our amazing teachers.

About Us

The Uplift Passionate Team

We pride ourselves in creating a family atmosphere, caring for a student both academically and as an individual. Uplift Michigan Online School has a rigorous curriculum along with small class sizes and teachers who go above and beyond daily for their students.

We provide you:

• A learning atmosphere with high expectations and lots of support.
• Curriculum and support options for at-risk students.
• Certified and highly qualified teachers.
• Services and support for students with special needs.
• A plan for graduation.
• A flexible learning environment.
• School provided laptops for all students and internet (for qualifying families)

Enroll Today

We look forward to hearing from you.

Additional Fees: Families may be responsible for other costs of your student’s education, such as field trips and meet-ups (optional), school supplies and travel to state testing. Any additional school supplies which a student might typically use to help with their school-work such as writing utensils, notebooks, folders, access to a printer, printer ink, and travel to and from state testing in the Spring, to name a few.

Printer: Students are responsible for providing their own printer and printer related supplies.

Computer: A school-issued loaner computer is provided for each student