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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.

Course Specific Policies

Science Courses

Potential hazards exist in any science laboratory; however, accidents can be avoided if the student is familiar with laboratory techniques and laboratory rules are followed. Although most of the materials with which students will work in INVS science courses can be found in the home, even these items can cause harm if mishandled. By clicking the SUBMIT button during registration, students agree to read and abide by the safety rules and procedures in the INVS science course. By approving the course, the parent/guardian agrees to supervise the science experiments presented in the course. An INVS science teacher is available to answer any additional questions.

Advanced Placement Courses

Students must take the Advanced Placement Exam in order to receive Advanced Placement (AP) credit. Final grades for successful AP completions will be released after student participation in the May AP exam is verified. Students who do not take the AP Exam will be awarded Honors level credit for courses completed. A letter from INVS detailing each student's segment grade will be issued as course requirements are met.