General FAQs

What grades are offered by Ohio Digital Learning School (ODLS)?

ODLS serves students ages 16–21 in grades 9–12.

What subjects will my student study?

Students take comprehensive courses in English, math, science, and history and can choose from a variety of electives.

Will my student have the same graduation opportunities as students in traditional public schools?

Yes, ODLS is a public school in Ohio, so students can earn a diploma based upon successful completion and mastery of course content.

Does the program provide textbooks and other instructional materials?

Yes. We provide the textbooks and instructional materials needed to complete the program. These books and materials are sent to students directly.

How much time do students spend on the computer?

Students will spend most of their school day online. They will also be involved in hands-on science experiments, reading novels, and completing math problems that are done without the computer.

How do students interact socially?

Throughout the year, students are invited to participate in school outings, field trips (e.g., to historical sites, museums, businesses), picnics, and other social events. Students can also participate in a variety of online student clubs.

How do I enroll my student?

Visit our How to Enroll section for information on enrolling your student at ODLS.