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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.

Tips for Students Enrolling in Indiana Virtual School

Is Online Learning for You?

Online courses can provide opportunities for students to attend classes anytime from anywhere; however, studies show that often students are unprepared for the challenges inherent with this style of delivery. INVS is committed to helping students see the powerful connections that encompass reading, studying and test taking. In order to help you know if you will be successful learning in an online environment, please carefully consider the questions below prior to requesting courses.

If you can answer “YES” to ALL of these statements/questions, online distance learning may be an attractive option for your educational needs. If you answer “NO” to two or more, you may want to resolve or improve in this area prior to enrolling in INVS online courses. More than three “NO” answers would indicate potential difficulties in successfully completing online coursework.

Technical Competencies and Access

  • Taking into consideration my personal, academic, work and extracurricular activities (sports, clubs, etc.), will I be able to devote as much or more time to my online class, as I do for my traditional studies?
  • Am I comfortable using the Internet as a means of communication and research?
  • Do I own or have access to a computer with Internet access and email?
  • I know or am willing to learn how to copy, cut, and paste text/files between programs.
  • I am able to learn and apply new software applications.

Learning Styles

  • I am able to prioritize tasks, organize assignments and complete assigned work within a deadline.
  • I am gratified when I independently solve problems and take responsibility for what I learn.
  • Are my writing, reading and communication abilities above average?
  • I prefer to work alone on assignments.
  • I learn best when I read the directions, rather than an instructor lecturing and giving verbal explanations.
  • I consider face-to-face discussions with my classmates as optional or not important to me.