Gull Lake Virtual School

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Welcome to Gull Lake's Innovative Programs!

  • Principal of Early College and Innovative Programs:
    Bobbi Jo Stoner
    Email: bstoner@gulllakecs.org  **quickest response is through email
    Phone: 269-548-3418
     
     
     

    *The Gull Lake Partnership is a program of Gull Lake Community Schools and is available to all students residing within Kalamazoo County and all school districts that are contiguous to Kalamazoo County. All classes in the partnership, the traditional school, Gull Lake Virtual and Gateway Academy are available to all students enrolled in Gull Lake Schools.

     

    Characteristics of a successful virtual student

    (taken from the GLVS student handbook):

    Students should be ready to take responsibility for their own learning and be able to do the following:


    • Apply themselves to their studies in a focused and serious manner
    • Work hard and become engaged in their lessons and activities
    • Ask questions and be willing to explore their personal interests
    • Improve areas of personal weakness while capitalizing on personal strengths
    • Be self-disciplined with regards to study habits
    • Maintain an active study regimen and stay on top of all assignment deadlines
    • Recognize when assistance is needed and to seek that assistance in a 
    timely manner
    • Establish a strong communication line with instructors and mentor
    • Be goal oriented and have a desire to learn and succeed
    • Be self-disciplined with regards to study habits
    • Frequently get support from their parent learning coach
    • Work independently
    • Manage time effectively
    • Navigate on the computer
    • Proficiently read and write

Gull Lake Virtual Information Night!!

  • Learn more about Gull Lake Virtual! 
    Gull Lake Virtual School Informational Night: May 24, 7:00 PM 
    Location: Gull Lake High School Media Center
     
    Invitation Link can be shared:  link to invitation
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