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Idaho High School Graduation Requirements

Posted by ICON School on Oct 14, 2019 1:21:00 PM


At ICON, we understand the various reasons our students choose our program. While many students enroll for the flexibility that comes with online schooling, others enroll due to the fact that ICON has created an alternative graduation program that allows students to get a jump start on their post-high school goals at the pace that's right for them.

tips For Online High School Students

Posted by ICON School on Oct 8, 2019 12:41:52 PM


Online high school is an excellent choice for students because it's flexible, practical, and just a click away! But the truth is that everyone has a lot of questions before their first day. What should you expect? How different is this option from traditional high school?

Today, we'll answer all these questions and more to help you feel right at home at your online school!

A Virtual Academy Suited for Patient Facilities

Posted by ICON School on Sep 24, 2019 10:48:22 AM


The nature of life in a patient facility makes it hard for kids to attend a regular schooling program, but there are solutions that exist to help solve this problem and allow children to keep working on a quality education. For example, an online virtual academy like ICON is a great way for children with special needs or unusual circumstances to continue working on a middle or high school education.

How To Thrive In Online High School

Posted by ICON School on Sep 23, 2019 9:35:57 AM


Going to school has changed dramatically over the decades, and today's major educational changes create a far different experience for many students. The availability of online high school has made it possible to get a high-quality education from home and still have teachers who can assist you with your work when it's needed.

Things to Know About Online High School

Posted by ICON School on Sep 20, 2019 9:21:20 AM


Starting online high school can be an overwhelming time for both the student and the parent. Parents are likely to feel apprehensive about the child learning from home, and the child may be worried about missing friends and classmates he or she is used to seeing every day. But with a little research and preparation, any family might decide that this alternative to traditional schooling is right for them.