Indiana Virtual School Curriculum

Online high school classes are a natural fit for today’s teens. High school students have grown up with the Internet, and they use technology to connect with each other and their interests every day. Who better to take advantage of the benefits and possibilities of a free virtual high school program?

At Indiana Connections Career Academy (INCC), the online high school curriculum is fine-tuned to launch each student into a successful future. With a wide variety of online high school courses, an INCC education provides a solid foundation whether graduates choose to attend college or start a career immediately.

A 21st Century Online School Curriculum for 21st Century Success

Students learn using the award-winning Connections Academy curriculum and Indiana-approved online courses. This comprehensive learning program is a high quality alternative to a traditional public or homeschool curriculum.

Our online curriculum is designed to help students gain the knowledge and thinking skills they’ll need in the workforce or in higher education. At each grade level, structured lessons are blended with self-paced learning to ensure that each student reaches his or her full potential. These courses also develop skills in the important “four Cs” of 21st century learning:

  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Communication
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Collaboration

To learn more, review the high school sample lessons and read about INCC's academic partners.

Curriculum Experts Bring Lessons to Life

We have a team of experts dedicated to the design, evaluation, and improvement of our free online school curriculum. With classroom teaching experience, subject matter expertise, and advanced degrees in instructional design, curriculum development, and technology education, the team is dedicated to developing a high-quality online curriculum that delivers real results.

After identifying the skills and objectives students need to learn, the team creates lessons to help students practice and develop those skills, also providing assessments to measure student progress along the way. That way, Connections Academy students don’t just learn a subject—they master it.

The curriculum development team partners with our talented in-house videographers, graphic designers, and computer programmers to bring the curriculum to life in a multidimensional way. They also review and select the best texts and instructional materials from leading publishers to weave into units, lessons, and activities. Then, we deliver these high-quality resources right to each student’s home.

Proven Online High School Courses

Indiana Connections Career Academy students choose from a broad assortment of proven courses to develop a four-year plan tailored to meet their personal and career goals. Courses include many options:

  • Core online high school courses
  • Career Technical Education (CTE) courses that focus on occupational competencies
  • Elective courses for pursuing personal interests
  • Career exploration and readiness courses
  • Advanced studies, including honors and college-level courses
  • NCAA-approved courses

Interacting in a Virtual Classroom

Student interaction is a critical part of the overall educational process. While most of the instruction supports “anytime, anywhere” learning, students also participate in a live online classroom environment where they meet with their teachers and classmates using LiveLesson® technology. This is also the technology students use to turn in homework assignments and securely track their own progress.

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Support and Guidance

Plenty of academic support is available for students who need extra help. INCC’s online high school students collaborate with their counselors and Learning Coaches to develop a personal learning plan for academic progress and working toward life goals.

Students work with full-time, certified school counselors who have expertise in academic and career counseling. They support students with career exploration, with skills development for career readiness, and in planning their course schedules to complete both graduation requirements and the CTE pathway program. Additionally, the staff CTE coordinator will plan and participate in career development activities for students. Support may include:

  • Assistance in developing a 4-year academic plan
  • Identifying internship and workforce partnerships for real-world experience
  • Guidance in finding appropriate career, trade school, or college opportunities
  • Online workshops to ease the college and trade school application process
  • Financial aid and scholarship workshops online
  • Free access to college admissions test preparation online courses
  • Official transcripts

We offer in-depth support to ensure that students understand the Indiana Connections Career Academy virtual high school graduation requirements and are well prepared for life beyond high school.