IIBGB: Online Learning Opportunities


Students may apply for permission to enroll in an online course for credit. Applications for the next academic year shall be submitted to the principal no later than April 20. The student and the student's parents shall be informed of the administrator's decision in writing no later than June 1.

Students {may/may not} enroll in an online course as an alternative to any course offered by the high school, except as an attempt to earn credit for a class already attempted but failed by the student.


The following guidelines shall be used by the administration:

  1. Only administration approved courses shall be posted on student transcripts.
  2. Approval of any course shall be based upon the course content and rigor, its length and scope, its method of assessing knowledge acquired by the student, the qualifications of the instructor, and other appropriate factors.
  3. Enrollment in an online course will be allowed only if an appropriately certified staff member is available and willing to supervise the student's participation in the course.
  4. Suspended or expelled students may also apply for permission to enroll in online course work.

Other Regulations or Guidelines

Approval of online coursework shall be based on the requirements of Kansas law, Kansas State Department of Education regulations, and board credit requirements and/or guidelines in effect at the time the student request is made.

Approved: October 17, 2022