The Kenowa Hills Link Learning center is located at 3563 Alpine Avenue NW, Grand Rapids. This Link Learning location is a partner of Kenowa Hills Public Schools and is a non-traditional education program. Link Learning focuses on students who have dropped out or are at risk for not completing high school as well as home school families in need of additional curriculum and college dual enrollment.
Link Learning is a virtual education program with on site center support. Link focuses on students who have dropped out, are at risk for not completing high school, as well as home school families in need of additional curriculum and college dual enrollment.
At Link Learning, students are provided a fresh start for success with access to first class facilities that they can visit as often as needed. Center support means access to one on one teaching assistance where students are able to learn at their own pace receiving all of the tools and support they need to find the future they deserve.
Link Learning partners with local school districts to build innovative virtual learning opportunities for local high school students. The mission of the program is to provide a safe and positive place for students by listening to their stories, connecting through authentic relationships, and building personalized plans to help each student succeed.
More Information about our district’s partnership with Link Learning
The local Link Learning center is a partnership between Berrien Springs Public Schools and our district. The motivation for forming this partnership centers on supporting high school students who have left our district and dropped out. Students attending Link Learning are responsible for their own transportation.
Unlike most virtual schools, our partnership with Link Learning provides tiered supports via their center model. The center is staffed by Berrien Springs employees: highly qualified teachers, a center director to support and hold students accountable to high levels of learning and provide college/career guidance, as well as social work services. All students are provided use of a laptop and MiFi card. This program follows the Michigan Merit Curriculum and students graduate with a diploma. Students are allowed to Dual Enroll, but cannot participate in extracurricular activities.
For more information, visit linklearning.org.
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