Great Lakes Cyber Academy Enrollment

Welcome to Great Lakes Cyber Academy (GLCA)! We are happy that you’ve decided to enroll your student in the GLCA online public school program. Because of our commitment to making sure every GLCA student is successful, space is limited. To ensure your student has a spot, we encourage parents to start the enrollment process. Learn about the enrollment process below or if you’re ready to enroll now:

Enrollment for the 2019–20 School
Year Is Open

  • Per state law, Great Lakes Cyber Academy Board of Directors has decided to limit enrollment to a maximum of 1,250 concurrently-enrolled students, and the limit has not been met. 
  • Students will be enrolled on a first come/first served basis until the limit is reached. Once the limit is met, students who complete all enrollment tasks will be placed on a waiting list and released to enroll based on space available and in the date order that enrollment tasks were completed.
  • First semester enrollment is open.


Start Your Online Registration


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Get Started

Check the eligibility requirements to be sure your student is eligible to participate in our program.Online schooling may not be the best fit for everyone, so before you begin the enrollment process, make sure our virtual school is right for you.

To enroll online, you will need an email address and regular access to an Internet-connected computer. Start by completing the online registration form.

Note: Great Lakes Cyber Academy does not accept students who are currently expelled from their local school or district.

Stage 1
Complete
the online
information forms
Stage 2
Submit
your required
documents
Stage 3
Confirm
your student’s
intent to attend
Stage 4
Enrollment
complete! Teachers
assigned

Enroll by Phone

If you do not have an email address or regular access to an Internet-connected computer, please call the enrollment team at 800-382-6010 to enroll. The process will follow stages 1 through 4, as described above.



Great Lakes Cyber Academy admits students and conducts all educational programs, activities, and employment practices without discrimination on the basis of sex, race, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or any other legally protected classification.