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  • Want to take your exams at home? Some courses use Examity and as a proctor option so you can take the exams at home with an online proctor. Check your syllabus to see if your course has this option. We plan to greatly expand the number of IUHS courses that have this option soon.
  • You should not need to use Duo despite the announcement on the Canvas home page. IUHS students use Guest Accounts to access Canvas and Guest Accounts are exempt from Duo. See https://kb.iu.edu/d/bfgm for the Knowledge Base article and additional information. 
  • We are going to offer English W131: Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I this fall. This Indiana University course will grant students 3 credit hours on an IU transcript as well as a credit for their IUHS diploma. The course will run on the normal IU Bloomington semester and starts on August 21 and ends December 16.  Contact Jim Johnson at 800-334-1011 for further information. 
  • Indiana University High School is ranked #1 of the 30 Best Online High Schools by http://successfulstudent.org/30-best-online-high-schools/ 
  • Indiana University High School is ranked #2 of the 50 Best Online High Schools on the TBS website - The Best Schools.  See http://www.thebestschools.org/rankings/best-online-high-school-diploma-programs/

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Examity is now available for some IUHS courses. Examity is an online proctoring service for use with IUHS exams. We plan to gradually expand this option to many of our courses. This service allows students to take their exams at home under the supervision of an Examity online proctor. There is no charge to students for this service. A computer with a webcam, a photo ID such as a passport or state ID card,  and reliable internet connectivity are required. There is a link in course syllabus for Examity in courses that have the option for online proctoring.

If you have questions about Examity, contact Jim Johnson at 800-334-1011.

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IUHS Accreditation Report

As part of its accreditation with AdvancED, Indiana University High School was visited by an External Review Team in March 2014.  The team met with staff, teachers, parents, and students as part of the review.  Based on their visit and the data they collected the External Review Team recommended that IUHS be accredited by the AdvancED Accreditation Commission for an additional five-year term. 

 

 IUHS is now a 21st Century Scholarship School

High school students who qualified for the 21st Century Scholars Program before entering high school and who are earning an IUHS diploma can still qualify for the scholarship if they decide to attend college in Indiana.

 

  IUHS has NCAA approval

Indiana University High School is approved under the new NCAA initial eligibility guidelines as established by the NCAA in Division I Proposal No. 2009-64.

Read more about the NCAA approval.