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Student Rights Under Family Education Right to Privacy Act (FERPA) FERPA gives each student the right to access their files as well as provides information on who else can have access to his/her files. A form is also provided for the student to give consent to release certain information from their files to individuals. The consent must be completed each time information is to be released. The school does not publish a student directory of information. Student’s Rights under Family Education Rights to Privacy Act (FERPA). Read More
Drug Free Policy and Prevention This document provides information regarding the prevention of drug and alcohol abuse, standards of conduct, institutional sanctions, counseling information, health risks, state sanctions, as well as federal sanctions. Read More
Annual Security Report – Cleary Act This report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on-campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by L’esprit Academy, Inc.; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning sexual assault, Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program, and other matters. Read More
Student Support Services A list of crisis hotlines and student support services is provided in the Student Catalog, but additional information can be found on the Michigan Department of Community Health Website.
Concerns, Issues or Complaints: Anyone can bring a concern to the institution’s attention. A concern, issue or question is not a formal complaint but an effort to show something is a matter of interest or importance to someone, requiring clarification, special attention, or adjustment by the institution. A student issue form is available at the front desk, administrative or educator office, or download the form here: Student Issue Form
Anyone, student, teacher or interested party may file a complaint against the school. The complaint must be in writing to the school owner or directors. A complaint form is available at the front desk or download the form here: Complaint Form
The complainant must outline the allegation or nature of complaint in detail. A school representative will meet with the complainant within 10 days of receipt of the written complaint. If the problem cannot be resolved after initial evaluation, the complaint will be forwarded to the school’s complaint committee, which is comprised of three members from the school (owner, directors, administrators, or instructors), public or student body. The committee will meet within 21 days of receipt of complaint to review the allegations.
If additional information is required of the complainant, the committee will make that request in writing outlining the need. If the review was complete by the committee, the group will act upon the allegations with an appropriate, agreed upon solution.
A letter to the complainant will be sent within 15 days of the review that outlines the actions taken to rectify the situation, or information to show the allegations were false. If the complainant wishes to pursue the matter further, contact the agencies below.
The school license is enforced by:
Michigan Licensing And Regulatory Affairs (LARA) BCS/Enforcement Division,
PO Box 30018
Lansing MI 48909
The school is accredited by:
3015 Colvin Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
The complainant is required to follow the school’s complaint procedure first before filing with any agency. The school will maintain records of all complaints filed through two complete accreditation cycles. Any complaints fielded over the phone should be directed to an instructor or staff member.
Title IX Complaint Policy Title IX regulations prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex in its programs and activities. Our school is committed to maintaining an educational and working environment that is free from discrimination and harassment, including maintaining an environment in which no student or staff member is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of its programs and activities as a result of gender. Read More
Entrance & Exit Counseling Before the school disburses Direct Loans (subsidized, unsubsidized, or Parent PLUS), regulations require that you complete an entrance counseling session. The counseling session provides information about how to manage your student loans, both during and after school, sample repayment terms, repayment schedules, and personal budgeting. This part of the process can be done with the Admissions Office, FA Office or online at: studentloans.gov.