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ONLINE LEARNING

Midwest Regional Online Learning Academies

“PROVIDING E-LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUCCESS”

Online Learning Guidelines

Options Available in Our Counties

Option #1: MROLA (Midwest Regional Online Learning Academy)
Available to Logan and Hardin County students

Option #2 – SCOLA (Shelby County Online Learning Academy)
Available to Shelby County students

Program Highlights

  • Self-paced curriculum
  • Earn academic credits.
  • Earn credit for your job.
  • Non-traditional classroom setting.
  • Tutoring.
  • Students often learn more than they do in traditional courses.
  • Retention rates are higher with online learning.

Student Expectations

  • Come with a positive attitude.
  • Be an active course participant.
  • Communicate regularly with faculty.
  • Meet course deadlines.
  • Have a desire to graduate – complete graduation requirements.
  • Ask for help in a timely manner.
  • Be equipped with the minimum required course components, technologies, tools and media. Have regular and reliable access to the internet in order to access their online courses

Student Profile

  • Apply for SCOLA if you are a student living in Sidney City or Shelby County.
  • Apply for MROLA if you are a student living in Hardin or Logan County.
  • Be self-motivated and self-disciplined.
  • You must be able to manage your time well.
  • Create a good study environment.

For More Information Contact

John Willoughby, Program Coordinator SCOLA
Sidney High School, 937.494.2238 ext – 1179
 
Sybil Truster, Director MROLA
Midwest Regional Educational Service Center, 937.498.1354 ext 7003

Online Learning School Staff

Sybil Truster
Director

John Willoughby
SCOLA Coordinator