Michigan Virtual High School Chooses Aventa Learning

May 4, 2003

Aventa Learning announced an agreement with

Michigan Virtual High School (MVHS), a project of Michigan Virtual University (MVU), for ten Advanced Placement (AP) courses, eight foreign language courses and two general study courses. In addition, Michigan Virtual High School will

use Aventa Learning’s AP Exam Review product suite for the 2004 AP Exam period as well as Classroom Resources for teachers.

“It is important that we offer Michigan students and teachers a variety of learning opportunities,” said MVU’s president David A. Spencer. “By working with Aventa Learning to provide AP courses and tools, as well as other

elective courses, more students throughout Michigan will have the option of exploring subjects that might not otherwise be available at their schools.”

“Aventa Learning is excited to be part of Michigan Virtual High School,” said Michael Axtman, president of Aventa Learning. “MVHS is a leader in online education and was looking for greater choice for Michigan students and

teachers. We look forward to this successful implementation.”

Through this agreement, MVHS students will use Aventa Learning’s online AP courses and classroom resources in the following subjects: AP US History, AP Biology, AP European History, AP Spanish, AP French, AP Computer Science A, AP

Computer Science AB, AP Art History, AP Calculus BC and AP Physics C. In addition, Michigan students will use Aventa Learning’s foreign language courses and classroom resources in Spanish I,Spanish II, French I, French II,

German I and German II in addition to two general study courses — Algebra I and American History. They can also prepare for the spring 2004 AP Exams

using Aventa Learning’s AP Exam Review. This will be available in 18 APsubject areas.

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