Are you a student in grades 10-12 who is currently homeschooled full-time but would like to enroll in some online classes on either a part-time basis (1 or 2 classes) or on a full-time basis (6 classes)?
Do you currently live in the Seymour Community School District or have you completed the necessary paperwork for open enrollment into the District?
Are you interested in the experience of taking a course in a virtual environment and improving your technology skills?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you may be interested in participating in the Seymour Online Learning Center. This program began in the Summer of 2011 to provide an appropriate educational alternative to a diverse population of students. The district acknowledges online education as an appropriate instructional delivery system for some students.
Who should apply?
Anyone who answered yes to the above questions and who considers themselves to be organized, to be responsible, to be an independent learner, to be an effective communicator and to be computer literate. You would need to also currently live in the Seymour Community School District (or have open-enrolled in the district), and currently be in grades 10-12.
How do you apply?
Make an appointment with the appropriate Seymour Community High School school counselor.
Students Whose Last Name Begins With A-L:
(920) 833-2306 ext. 432
Students Whose Last Name Begins With M-Z:
(920) 833-2306 ext. 433
Meet with your school counselor to determine which choice would best meet your course plan for your remaining years at Seymour Community High School. Decide whether you believe you are a good candidate for participating in a virtual learning environment.
Fill out and submit the online registration form.
Sign and return a Student/Parent Contract.
Spring semester; November 1
Summer semester; May 1
Fall semester; May 1
NOTE: Students who to participate in WIAA sponsored athletics offered in the District MUST be enrolled on a full-time basis.
Where and when do I work on my classes?
Location is your choice: at the library, at home, at the coffee shop. Time is also your choice: during the day, in the evenings, on the weekends. Most classes are asynchronous, which means you work on the class at your own pace and at your convenience completing the requirements of the course(s) in a timely fashion.