Midland Public Schools Summer Learning Program Begins June 6

With the 2021-22 school year now over, Midland Public Schools is offering its Summer Online Learning Program.

Registration is now open for the self-study program. Students should expect to invest 45-60 hours to complete each course and can work on it anywhere they have an internet connection.

Online courses are available to high school students who want to earn initial credits in certain courses. Classes will begin June 6 and must be completed by August 5. Students can only enroll in one course at a time.

Although it is not mandatory to be on site for daily work or quizzes, tests and exams must be proctored. This can be by appointment on site or by appointment virtually. Appointments will be scheduled with the duty teacher between 9 a.m. and noon Monday through Thursday, unless other arrangements are made.

Cost is $150 for Standard Edgenuity (EDG) courses and $235 for Edgenuity Instructional Services (EDGIS) courses for Midland Public School students; and $175 or $250, respectively, for students outside the MPS district.


To find out about credit recovery classes this year, contact your building administrator. If you want additional information or to register for a class, visit the district’s website.

Midland Public Schools Summer Schedule

Parents and families can email and leave phone messages during the summer. Directors will check in during this time.

Primary offices close for the summer on June 9. Primary offices will officially reopen on August 2 for the 2022-23 school year. Middle and high school offices will remain open during the summer months.

MPS employees working all or part of the summer, June 6 through August 12, will work four 10-hour days Monday through Thursday. All buildings in the district are closed on Fridays during this period.

Norma A. Roth