Indiana Connections Career Academy

Online School Student Responsibility

“Who sets my student’s daily schedule?” “Do I have to plan lessons or teach class?” “How much time will my student spend on the computer?” These are great questions to ask as you begin to explore the possibility of online schooling for your student. At Indiana Connections Career Academy (INCC), the answers lie in understanding the roles that parents, students, and teachers each play in our virtual school program and how those roles evolve over the school years to support student accountability.

Below is a glance at students’ responsibilities.

Online High School—Students Take the Lead

In grades 9–12, online high school students start to really take charge of their education—setting goals, working independently, and exploring their future career and college options.

Students take more responsibility for their own academic success as they:

  • Spend a minimum of thirty hours per week on schoolwork
  • Spend 80–90% of each school day on the computer
  • Learn primarily online
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