K-12 Academics

Indiana law requires every student to complete a career and course plan with their parent(s) and guidance counselor by the end of 9th grade.
Learn More about Core 40 and Academic Honors.
The Indiana State Board of Education has adopted new course and credit requirements for earning a high school diploma. These new requirements go into effect for students entering high school in fall 2006.
Career and technical education courses help students explore their interests and career possibilities, and prepare for a career of interest.
By providing all Indiana students a balanced sequence of academically rigorous high school courses in the core subjects of English/language arts, mathematics, science and social studies; physical education/health and wellness; and electives including world languages, career/technical, and fine arts, the Core 40 requirement gives students the opportunity to compete with the best.
Academic standards ensure that students are receiving a quality education that will prepare them to succeed in the higher education option of their choice - and in today's competitive job market.
The Indiana Reading List contains great age-appropriate books for you and your student to read together. They were picked with Indiana’s Academic Standards in English/Language Arts in mind, so reading them at home helps reinforce learning from school.
What students need to know about preparing for the ISTEP+ and the ISTEP+ Graduation Qualifying Exam (GQE).
Are you looking for more ways to help your special needs teen learn at full potential? Here are some ideas and opportunities you can call on.
In addition to required courses, you may choose additional classes from the arts, computers, careers and other areas as electives.
The GED program has become a significant means for adults to acquire a high school equivalency diploma. GED Tests cover language arts reading and writing skills, social studies, science, and mathematics.