BOISE — iSucceed Virtual High School, a tuition-free online high school available to all ninth- through 12th-grade students in Idaho, will host an information session from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at the Twin Falls Public Library, 201 Fourth Ave. E. This will be open-house style where families can drop in anytime to learn about the school and enroll for quarter-three classes which begin Jan. 22.
iSucceed is a public charter high school that is accredited and 100 percent online — allowing students to do coursework at their own pace and on their own schedule from their homes. Laptops are school-provided. Students who express a financial need can receive a Google Chromebook to use free-of-charge while they are enrolled.
All Idaho high school students are eligible to enroll at information sessions or online at http://isucceedvhs.net/enrollment-info/. Families planning to enroll onsite must bring copies of the following items: birth certificate; immunization records; proof of residency — utility bill or lease/mortgage agreement; and a parent-signed consent form if a student is under 18.
iSucceed Virtual High School Inc. was founded in 2008 as an Idaho nonprofit corporation by a group of concerned parents and community members. It provides a personalized, flexible and innovative 100 percent online program where students get instruction, supervision and support from a team of highly qualified Idaho-certified instructors.