2017 Online Summer Courses for High School Students
With more than 100 different online courses to choose from, flexible start dates, and exciting courses to keep students engaged during the summer months, iNaCA’s online summer school suits student’s academic needs and busy summer schedules.
Original Credit High School Courses
High school original credit courses require the equivalent of about four hours of work per day, five days a week for the duration of the course. While Connexus®, our education management system, allows students to complete assignments at their convenience, scheduled LiveLesson® sessions allow students to interact in real-time with the teacher and fellow students.
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High School Credit Recovery Courses
International Connections Academy’s summer school high school credit recovery courses enable students to recover the credits they need to graduate and ensure students gain the core skills to succeed. These courses are only available to students who have taken the course previously and did not earn credit.
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NCAA Eligible High School Courses
Many of the summer school high school courses offered by International Connections Academy are pre-approved for gaining eligibility through the NCAA Eligibility Center. Student athletes can choose from a number of Original Credit courses and two start dates: June 6th or June 13th.
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Career Technical Education (CTE) Courses
The Career Technical Education (CTE) courses offered by International Connections Academy allow students to combine both college preparation and workforce skills development into one customized education program. CTE courses encourage students to explore and prepare for careers in business, sociology, criminal justice, medicine, and more.
Enrolling and Transferring Credits
Students who plan to transfer credit from International Connections Academy to their full-time high school (a non-Connections Academy school) should be aware that the decision about whether to accept iNaCA course credits is wholly at the discretion of the school to which you hope to transfer the credits.
We strongly recommend that you ask about your school’s transfer credit policy and inform the school about your plans to take iNaCA courses prior to registering for an iNaCA course.
To obtain credit for an iNaCA course at your full-time school, you may need the course description and Credit Pre-Approval Form. Please contact an admissions advisor at +1-888-260-4159 with any questions.