We're now accepting 6–12 applications for the upcoming 2014–2015 school year.*
Applications will be approved in the order in which they complete the enrollment process outlined below until we reach our cap.
Students must currently reside in Michigan and be less than 20 years of age on September 1, 2014, and not have a GED or earned a high school diploma.
Steps to Enroll
Enrolling your student is important—but it shouldn't be difficult. We've designed our enrollment process to provide you with the tools, resources and guidance you'll need, any time you need it. To ensure a seamless experience, we recommend using Google Chrome or Firefox as your web browser when completing the following steps.
1. Create an Account
The Parent Portal provides on-demand access to our online Application and Admissions Process, real-time alerts to help you stay on track, and quick links to important info.
2. Submit an Application
To submit an application, you'll provide us with basic information about your student and choose an available school.
3. Complete the Admissions Process
To complete the admissions process, you'll provide more detailed information about your student, submit necessary documentation and fulfill any additional requirements related to your student's enrollment.
4. Complete Any Next Steps
All prospective families will participate in a pre-approval telephone conference with an Enrollment Consultant. You may also have additional pre-approval actions depending on your student's individual situation. If this applies to you, you will be notified and instructed on how to complete them.
5. Receive Official Approval
Upon successful completion of the enrollment process, your student will be approved. Please check your email for important information regarding your student's approval and how to access the Online School.
Thanks for your interest in Insight School of Michigan! We look forward to you and your family joining our school community soon.
Questions? Call toll free: 877.842.3793
*Enrollment in Insight School of Michigan for the 2014-2015 school year is conditional until July 1, 2014, or before, when the Michigan Department of Education has determined that the total statewide count of students enrolled in online schools does not exceed 2% of the total public school population in the state.