Online Free High School

FAQ

The ELC is a computer based conversion or charter school sponsored by the Ohio State Schools.

Not for full time students, but there is a fee for credit recovery students.

The ELC is open to anyone 16 to 21 years of age living in the state of Ohio.

No, you may live in Oregon OH or surrounding communities.

The Oregon Eagle Learning Center has an open enrollment policy. Therefore, you may enroll at anytime in the year.

First, you must withdraw from your current high school. Next, you must fill out an Intake Information packet then schedule a registration appointment. To schedule a registration appointment, please call 419-720-2003.

Yes, you must bring the following: Birth Certificate, Proof of Residence, Immunizations/Shot Records, any Custody Paperwork if it applies and IEP if you are receiving specialized services.

To be considered present, a student must attend the site for a minimum of 5 hours a day.

Yes, once you have meet all requirements you will have earned an Eagle Learning Center high school diploma.

Yes, the ELC has an employability program where students can earn elective credits through work experience. ELC also offers child development, computer keyboarding, and psychology classes.

No, transportation is the student’s responsibility.

Yes, with the permission of the student’s counselor, students may recover course work. There is a cost of $150.00 per half credit.