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K-12: Student Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How many courses can I take through ilearnOhio?
  2. What type of courses can I take through ilearnOhio?
  3. What should I do if the course I would like to take is not offered through ilearnOhio?
  4. What technical requirements are necessary for taking a course listed in the ilearnOhio catalog?
  5. How can I get credit if I am homeschooled?
  6. What is my financial responsibility if I drop a course?
  7. Where can I learn more about Advanced Placement courses?
  8. What do I do if my question is not here?

1. How many courses can I take through ilearnOhio?
There is no limit to how many courses you can take. However, you will need to consult with your school officials and your parent/guardian to determine how many courses you can reasonably take.

2. What type of courses can I take through ilearnOhio?
Advanced Placement distance learning courses constitute the majority of the available courses. We will continually add high school courses throughout the school year.

3. What should I do if the course I would like to take is not offered through ilearnOhio?
Please let us know about the course that you would like to take at Need More Information, and we will see if it is possible to get that course added to the ilearnOhio catalog.

4. What technical requirements are necessary for taking a course listed in the ilearnOhio catalog?
Technical requirements will depend on the course provider and the course. The course provider will list the technical requirements necessary for each course.

5. How can I get credit if I am homeschooled?
Talk with your parent/guardian to see how credit is provided.

6. What is my financial responsibility if I drop a course?
You will be given information about financial responsibility at the time you enroll in the course. The information will be communicated to you directly by the course provider. If your school district paid for your registration in the course, consult the school district about your financial responsibility in the event you decide to drop the course.

7. Where can I learn more about Advanced Placement courses?
There is an abundance of information on the Internet. We have found Peterson's site and the College Board site useful. They offer tips and strategies for preparing for the SAT, ACT, PSAT, SAT subject tests, AP, CLEP, GED, and PCAT.

8. What do I do if my question is not here?
Please let us know your question. Please go to Need More Information