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IUHS has recently opened several new social studies courses that will count as elective credits. They include: Indiana Studies Ethnic Studies Civics These are one-semester courses and you can find out more about them by visiting the IUHS course catalog: https://expand.iu.edu/browse/iuhs To see only the Social Studies courses in the catalog, go to: https://expand.iu.edu/browse/iuhs/socialstudies
Indiana University is holding its first Virtual College Fair this Thursday, February 25, 2021 from 4:30-7:00p EST! Register here to explore what IU has to offer across its campuses!
Our Principal recorded an episode on the Wellness for Educators Podcast!
Click here to listen to Dr. Rebecca Itow and Dr. Kathryn Kennedy discuss issues around wellness for students, families, staff, and faculty in schools!
Be sure to also check out other Wellness for Educators Podcast episodes and the to learn more about keeping educators healthy so that we can serve our students with vibrancy and excitement.
IU High School graduate, Ceilidh, shares a list of tips for succeeding in online learning. These tips are as useful for educators and families as they are for students!
This post is written by 2020 IU High School Graduate, Ceilidh. It and its companion piece, Advice for Excelling in Online Learning, is crossposted at Ceilidh’s Writing Place. Hello! My name is Ceilidh Christie and I have recently completed my degree program at IUHS. I completed all of my high school courses and degree requirements… Read more »
In the movie Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Admiral Kirk teaches Starfleet cadets and students that, “We learn by doing.” One of the many reasons why I loved being at Indiana University High School’s online program was because I, myself had learned by doing.
People often think that learning in an online school will be easier than learning in a traditional brick and mortar institution. It isn’t a matter of easiness, though. It is important that we realize that learning online and learning within a brick and mortar classroom are completely different experiences. One is not easier than the… Read more »
IUHS students should be aware of a recent change in Examity. Examity will no longer support the use of any web browser except for Chrome and Firefox. Please note that in general, IUHS already encourages all students to exclusively use Chrome and Firefox. No other browsers work well or consistently with Canvas. Likewise IUHS courses… Read more »
At IU High School, we are proud to offer our students the opportunity to take high school courses that do not carry the time and location restrictions that are often present in a brick-and-mortar setting. Our students use the flexibility of the online platform to pursue artistic and athletic careers, focus on health and family,… Read more »