(AREA) -- Students have more options when it comes to getting that high school diploma these days. The recent partnership between Carsonville-Port Sanilac and Croswell-Lexington Schools has been expanded to include a new online school called "Blue Water Virtual." The new virtual school's goal is to seek out students not currently attending public school and offer an alternative educational platform to fit the needs of those students. The two districts have developed more than 60 online courses aligned to the Michigan curriculum and required for graduation for grades 5-12. The courses will be taught by CPS and Cros-Lex teachers. CPS Superintendent Harold Titus says the partnership with Cros-Lex expands the opportunities for more students to get an education outside of the traditional setting. For more information on the Blue Water Virtual School, parents and students are asked to contact Cros-Lex Superintendent Dr. Kevin Miller or CPS Schools Superintendent Harold Titus.