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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

Jon Geuy, Program Coordinator SCOLA
Sidney High School, 937.494.2001 ext – 1154

Sybil Truster, Program Coordinator MROLA
Midwest Regional Educational Service Center, 937.498.1354 ext 7003

Online Learning School Staff

Jon Geuy
SCOLA Coordinator

Sybil Truster
Director

Hilary Davis
SCOLA Advisor

John Willoughby
SCOLA Advisor