In order to sign up for an Idaho Digital Learning course, you must be enrolled with your local school and have completed all necessary prerequisites for the class prior to enrollment.
The site coordinator is the person at your school who helps with the “nuts and bolts” of your online class. They will discuss whether eLearning is right for you, and enroll and register you. (Idaho Digital Learning does not permit students, or their parents, to register themselves.) They also make all the arrangements for your final exam.
Credit for Idaho Digital Learning Academy is granted through your local school district. Upon completion of all course requirements, your site coordinator will notify the registrar at your school of any credits you’ve earned. These credits will be part of your official transcript.
Fees are $75 per class. Many school districts pay for students who take eLearning classes as a part of their normal school day. Some districts will charge a student, but refund the fee if the student successfully completes the course. The district may pass the fees on to the parent/student in overload situations when a student is enrolled more than full-time. Ask your local school districts about its fee policy. Scholarships may be available.