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Notice:

Pursuant to an agreement between Indiana Virtual School and its authorizer, Daleville Community Schools, effective June 19, 2019, Indiana Virtual School is no longer accepting applications or enrolling new students. The school will terminate operations September 17, 2019.

If you are exploring your online school options, you may wish to consider applying to Indiana Virtual School's sister institution, Indiana Virtual Pathways Academy. It is a public alternative school that focuses on assisting students who may not have found success in traditional brick and mortar schools. You may visit www.indianavirtualpathwaysacademy.com for information and register to receive an enrollment link.

If you have questions about Indiana Virtual School, please call (317) 581-5355.

With respectful regards,
Indiana Virtual Education Foundation, Inc.

Academic Progress Policy

Student Course Load and Full-Time Status

Students at Indiana Virtual School must be enrolled in a minimum of 4 credits per semester in order to maintain their full-time status. A normal course load is 5-6 credits per semester.

Graduating seniors who require less than 4 credits to complete their program of study will be permitted to retain their full-time student status.

Student-Teacher Contact Requirements

Indiana Virtual School sets high expectations for its students and is committed to engaging with students to ensure success. To maintain instructional momentum, students are required to submit assignments in their courses on a weekly basis and to make regular contact with their instructors.

  • Any student who does not make progress in the course for a period of 14 days and has not made prior arrangements with the course instructor will be flagged for follow-up.
  • INVS administration will attempt to reconnect the student and parent/guardian with the course instructor to create a Success Plan for the student.
  • Failure to respond to contact attempts, or failure to adhere to the Success Plan created by the student and family may result in withdrawal from the course with a failing grade.

Dropping/Adding Courses

Requests to drop or add a course after the beginning of the semester will be handled by administration on a case-by-case basis. The amount of coursework completed and grades received will be considered when making such decisions.