Then & Now: Indiana Online Celebrates 15 Years

The Indiana Online program is celebrating its 15-year anniversary. We are so proud of how far we’ve come and are thankful for all our teachers, students, and team members for their contributions to our success.

The Central Indiana Educational Service Center (CIESC) acquired Indiana Online (then called Indiana Online Academy) in the fall of 2005. The progress we have made since then has been tremendous. 

In our first year, Indiana Online had 389 enrollments in our courses. We have grown steadily each year since then, and we currently support and serve over 26,000 enrollments. That’s a 6659% growth! 176,997 students have earned credit over the 15 years of our program. 

Check out what Indiana Online looked like during its first year versus the growth we’ve achieved now.  

 

15 for 15

In celebration of Indiana Online’s 15th anniversary, we’re asking for donations to our student scholarship fund. Support our students and help them achieve their educational goals in an interactive online environment. We’re asking for donations of $15 to celebrate our 15 years of serving Indiana students.

Author

  • 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.

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