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Indiana Online School Options

 
Indiana online students have a safe alternative to traditional school with Indiana’s online charter schools. Students thrive and grow, supported by parents and caring teachers who are invested in seeing them reach their potential. With your involvement, you can be part of your student’s education—shaping their K–12 educational journey in a big way.
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Are There Online Schools Near Me In Indiana?

There are currently two online schools in Indiana for families to choose from.

serves K–12 online students throughout Indiana

offers a complete traditional program, including core courses in reading, math, science, and social studies

includes electives, clubs, and activities to give students a complete school experience

provides college and career counseling for high school students

has been a member of the National Honor Society and the National Junior Honor Society since 2012

is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI) and authorized by Ball State University

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serves grades 6–12 online students throughout Indiana

offers a STEAM (STEM + the arts) focused program. A STEAM framework teaches students how to think critically, problem solve, and use creativity—setting them up for future academic and eventual career success.

includes industry-leading, career-focused electives to empower students to gain real-world skills for Indiana’s top seven in-demand fields

allows students to earn a high school diploma and get a head start on industry-relevant credentials and certificates

is authorized by Ball State University.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Online public school is tuition-free. There are no tuition or materials fees to attend either school.

With Indiana online school, parents act as Learning Coaches—not as the main teacher. Experienced, Indiana-certified teachers who have been specially trained in online teaching work with students. They provide instruction and tailor learning plans to each student’s needs. And Indiana online school gives families a comprehensive, approved, high-quality curriculum for students in grades K–12. Parents are not responsible for selecting or paying for the curriculum.

Online school gives Indiana students:

  • a solid foundation in all core courses
  • flexibility to schedule their lessons when it works best for them
  • a wide variety of student clubs, activities, and electives

Students enrolled in Indiana Connections Career Academy can choose one of seven career pathways as a special curriculum focus, leading to accelerated preparation for the future career of their choice.

Students in Indiana online public school attend school through our online learning portal. They access lessons and coursework and complete and turn in assignments. Your student will have a full school experience with LiveLesson® sessions—the online “classroom” led by teachers and attended by peers.

In addition to teacher-led group instruction, Indiana online school students get one-on-one, individualized attention to make sure they understand what they’re learning. Parents or other caregivers play an important role in online school. They support the learning day by keeping their students motivated, accountable, and on track to succeed.

And because lessons are delivered online, students and families have more freedom to set a learning schedule that works best for them. As long as students finish lessons and coursework on time, they have more room in the day to pursue their individual skills and interests.

The high school years are pivotal for students, and online high school takes full advantage of the at-home learning environment—it minimizes distractions and keeps students in grades 9–12 focused on completing their education and planning for college or career. School counselors provide college counseling, SAT/ACT registration assistance, and help with applying for financial aid and scholarships.