MUSE Virtual Co-founders Launch Remote Learning Partnership for Public School Districts

Remote Learning Partnership - Public School Districts - MUSE Virtual School

On July 14, a partnership was announced between MUSE Virtual and public schools across the United States.

MUSE Virtual co-founders Suzy Amis Cameron and James Cameron aim to bring innovative learning experiences to students around the country through this partnership.
In its first year, MUSE Virtual thrived. Students from across the United States participated in live classroom instruction with interactive lessons and an emphasis on collaborative learning. In addition to K-12 instruction, MUSE Virtual also offers students Special Elective Courses in performing arts, cooking, writing, sustainability, and so much more.

“MUSE Virtual Students are flourishing through remote learning! We want to bring the same opportunity to public school districts across the country during the 2021-2022 academic school year. This experience will enhance remote learning for public school students at a time when it is needed most,” said Suzanne McClure, Director of MUSE Virtual.

The partnership will invite public schools into the MUSE Virtual community where students and their families benefit from the student-centered approach to learning that includes a live classroom of students and a one-on-one connection with teachers. Plus, public schools will benefit from MUSE Virtual’s Five PillarsPassion-based learning, Academics, Communication, Self-efficacy, and Sustainability — that are infused in everyday learning for all students.

MUSE Virtual is now accepting public school district partnerships from districts in all 50 states for the 2021-2022 academic school year. For more information, please visit

To learn more about a MUSE Virtual education, visit

To read the full press release, click here.

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