As ordered by Gov. Kay Ivey, MAVL has closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak until further notice. During this closure, parents and students will still be able to fill out applications for the 2020-2021 school year. You are encouraged to read more about the requirements and how the school operates by browsing the categories above. If you have any questions, please email the MAVL office

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Assignment Deadline

The deadline for students to submit assignments for the semester is May 15th

Thu Jun 04 12:49 PM

Now Accepting Applications in Grades 8-12

MAVL is now accepting applications

Thu Jun 04 12:46 PM

Goodbye, Seniors

EVA says goodbye to 22 seniors

Thu May 07 10:33 AM

Thinking About An Online Education? 

MAVL is a unique pathway to graduation, serving students who are self-directed, responsible, and independent learners. Students who enroll in MAVL have placed a priority on academics and mostly prefer to work independently with limited social interaction with peers. This is a pathway for average to above average students who prefer to have more control over their learning environment and schedule. The MAVL curriculum will allow students to accelerate their academic progress. MAVL courses offer virtual teacher support that students can access as needed. MAVL will report all academic progress just as other schools do. To see if MAVL is right for you, click "Do You Have What It Takes for Online Learning."

MCPSS Academy of Virtual Learning is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year for students in grades 8-12. Click below to apply.

MCPSS Academy of Virtual Learning Flyer

EVA Changes to MCPSS Academy of Virtual Learning 

There are some exciting changes coming to Envision Virtual Academy. The changes begin with a new name for the county's virtual academy - MCPSS Academy of Virtual Learning. The new name seeks to express Mobile County's commitment to offering our students a quality, online education. "MAVL"  will also be expanding in the 2020-2021 school year. We are accepting 8th graders into the academy!