A Look at Indiana Online’s 2019 Summer School Enrollment

Indiana Online is committed to helping students achieve their educational goals in an interactive online environment. Online learning provides flexibility for students to enjoy summer and earn high school credits. Students work at their own pace and time within the summer school parameters. It’s a win-win for everyone involved.

Every year, Indiana Online offers vital educational opportunities for students, featuring courses developed and taught by licensed Indiana teachers and experts in their respective subject areas. This year, we have 253 teachers standing by ready to help you and your student take full advantage of our summer school courses.

We offer a myriad of summer courses for high school credit for summer, including college prep, social studies, physical education, computer science, and so many more. Explore our course listings for a full list. Whether students want to get ahead, catch up, or keep their skills fresh, our summer school courses helped them do that.

We’re proud that we had over 23,000 students enrolled this summer! Families trust Indiana Online in their journey to educational achievement. Our integrated processes and engaging resources lend proven value, as students and parents seek a path toward fulfilling their goals with all of the right assets.

If you or your student are considering summer online learning for next year, take a look at the Parent Guide to get all the information you need to make the best decision. You can also download the summer Student Handbook to learn everything you need to know about expectations for Summer courses offered by Indiana Online, including information on student responsibilities, final exams, credit, online learning tips, grading criteria, and more. 

Top 10 Reasons Students Take our Online Summer Courses


  • Kim Hendrick

    Kim Hendrick is the Executive Director of Indiana Online at Central Indiana Educational Service Center, one of the largest supplemental online high school programs in Indiana. She has more than 29 years of professional experience and plays an important role in the definition of Indiana Online’s direction and charting the course towards strategic objectives through the effective management of key resources and innovation initiatives. She serves on two committees for the national Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance (VLLA) and the SETDA Professional Development Committee. She also served on the Indiana Connected Educator’s Board and the IDOE's Indiana eLearning Leadership Cadre.