Findlay Digital Academy

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The Findlay Digital Academy (FDA) is an online school which serves students in grades 9-12, located in the US state of Ohio. There is no cost to the student to attend FDA.

Findlay Digital Academy offers an online curriculum to any student best served by a non-traditional educational model. Its mission is "to meet the needs of each student by providing state-approved education through online instruction and individualized mentoring."

FDA graduated 31 students in 2009-2010; 188 total students were served.

FDA provides its curriculum and teachers through a contract with Treca Digital Academy, common for Ohio schools.

Enrollment is open to any student in grades 9-12 who lives in the Findlay City School District. Students must be full-time students and enroll for a minimum of five classes, unless fewer classes are needed to meet local graduation requirements.

The Findlay Digital Academy web site is at http://fda.findlaycityschools.org


More Details

Courses are self-paced. Lessons are done in the PLATO environment. Elluminate synchronous sessions are among various ways to interact with instructors.

Each student is issued a computer by FDA. Students are encouraged to attend tutoring sessions on-site during afternoon business hours.

FDA allows students to enrich their curriculum and earn credit through Work Study and Service Learning opportunities.

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