21f Course Program
The Michigan Legislature took action in 2013 to expand student access to digital learning options through Section 21f of the State School Aid Act. As a result, students enrolled in a public local district or public school academy in grades 6‐12 are eligible to enroll in up to two online courses during an academic term.
To start the registration process or learn more about any of our Michigan virtual catalog courses please use the Program Inquiry Form below or contact iCademy enrollment administrator Leisa Lobbezoo at:
- Or by phone at 616-748-5637.
Program Inquiry Form
Please fill out as much information as possible including a way to contact you. Once we receive your inquiry someone from iCademy Global will follow up with answers and next steps.
Questions & Answers
Answers to top questions about our online courses. For additional information about Michigan Virtual Course Catalog, please use our Program Inquiry Form.
Who is eligible to participate in online course offerings provided under Section 21f of the State School Aid Act?
Students enrolled in a public local district or public school academy in any of grades 6 to 12 are eligible to enroll in an online course. This could include students who enroll through a district on a part‐time basis, such as those participating in a shared time program, as long as all applicable membership requirements are met.
How do I apply for an iCademy Virtual Online Course?
Is there additional information for parents to learn about Michigan's Virtual Online Courses?
Yes, Michigan Virtual provides an in-depth guide for parents: Parent Guide to Michigan Virtual Online Program.
I would like more information about iCademy's Virtual program
Great, we would like to hear from you! Please use our Program Inquiry Form to send us any questions you have about our excellent program.