Issaquah School District Online Learning 2016-17
Update March 1, 2017
There are three options for Summer School 2017. Please click the links for additional information and registration links. All registration is online, no forms needed!
- Issaquah Online Learning June 19-July 27, 2017 Click here for the Online Learning FAQ sheet and link to register.
- OSPI approved online courses
- For grade improvement, acceleration, courses needed for graduation requirement.
- Weekly in-person requirements for proctored exams. All unit, midterm and final exams are proctored by Issaquah School District personnel.
- Registration deadline June 9, 2017
- Issaquah School District Online Health June 19-July 28, 2017 Click here for the ISD Online Health FAQ sheet.
- Online health taught by Issaquah teachers. Coursework is online
- Four in-person requirements
- Registration deadline May 1, 2017
- LIVE Summer School (in-person 5 days a week) June 26-July 28th (no classes July 3-4) Click here to go to the Summer School web page
- Classes are in-person held at Issaquah High School.
- For grade improvement and/or credit recovery
- Registration deadline June 23, 2017. PE & Ecology registration deadline May 1, 2017.
Outside Credit Limit
The outside credit limit for 9-12 graders is four (4) credits. Students may take up to four outside credits with a maximum of two credits taken in one school year.
Online Learning is a growing part of the education landscape, and the Issaquah School District is developing new strategies for students to take advantage of flexible learning opportunities.
With the approval of our new Online Learning policy and procedures in August 2010, we are now participating in the OSPI Digital Learning Department (DLD) program which offers OSPI-approved online courses.
Existing district policies apply for all Online Learning opportunities (registration, drop policy, academic integrity, discipline, technology use, etc.) OSPI approved online courses are granted credit in the same manner as other course offerings in the district. Students are also expected to comply with the OSPI DLD and Online Course Provider policies.
Interested in Online Learning?
- Students will participate in an in-person orientation at the start of the course.
- Building mentors are provided to help students succeed and monitor progress. Students are required to attend weekly online meetings/support sessions with the building mentor. The days and times vary by school. Please check with the school counselor regarding the schedule at your school. Students must agree to this commitment.
- Students will take all unit exams, midterms and finals in-person, during proctored sessions. The proctored sessions will be at each high school and the schedule will be communicated to the students.
- Are you ready for online learning? A few of the important skill sets of a successful online student include:
- Excellent organizational and time management skills
- Good communications skills
- Good technology skills and willingness to learn new technologies
How does the registration process work?
- Print the High School Request for Outside Credit_onlinecourses_2017-18 form, complete pages one and three and submit all pages (4) to your counselor for approval.
- The counselor will complete the form and submit it to the Online Learning Department for registration.
- The Online Learning Department (Marianne Kaluza/Audrey Winslow) will email the student confirmation of enrollment and payment information, if applicable.
Questions about which online course to choose?
We participate in the OSPI Digital Learning Department (DLD) program which offers OSPI-approved online courses. Discuss with your counselor and/or with the Online Learning Department to review online course offerings. Go to the Quick Links box above to access links to course listings by provider.
Click Here for Online Learning Options.
Online Learning Coordinator
Online Learning Registrar