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It's clear that your family values education and student success. Ivy Tech Community College shares your commitment and strives to provide students with an affordable, career-focused education and the attention they need to be successful in the classroom.
Classes are available in-person, online, and a variety of options in between, so you can choose what works best for you. If studying from home is a priority, students can learn from the comfort of their homes, and advisors, instructors, and tutoring are available via Zoom, call, and email.
Ivy Tech is a great choice whether students want to enter the workforce quickly or continue on toward a bachelor's degree. Ivy Tech offers more than 70 exceptional academic programs statewide that let you hit the ground running. Students can complete an industry-relevant certificate or associate degree in two years or less, or explore transfer opportunities to a four-year institution, all while saving thousands of dollars in avoided tuition costs.
With full-time, in-state tuition at just under $4,500 per year—plus free textbooks—Ivy Tech is the most affordable college option in Indiana. Scholarships and grants are also available, which is money that doesn’t have to be paid back!
We recognize that some courses, like foreign language or lab-based science classes, can be difficult to teach in a homeschool setting. Ivy Tech can be a great choice to supplement your existing high school curriculum. And, students earn college credit for those classes! Explore classes
Taking Ivy Tech classes while you’re in high school is a great way to get a jumpstart on your future. At Ivy Tech, students can begin earning college credits while taking courses necessary for high school graduation. Taking college classes in high school can help students get a better understanding of what is expected in college and build increased confidence in their ability to handle college. They also give students access to Ivy Tech resources such as the library and tutoring and provide opportunities to make connections with employers.
Ivy Tech's LevelUp online learning tool helps homeschool teachers and students identify knowledge gaps and develop customized learning plans for reading, writing, math, and ACT/SAT prep. The resource is geared towards high schoolers and is free for all Indiana schools, students, and parents.
“As a homeschool student, going to college intimidated me. Ivy Tech made college a possibility for me, and gave me so many opportunities that I wouldn't have otherwise.”
–Rachel P. | Homeschool Student
“In high school, my daughter got ill and we had to resort to homeschooling. Being new to homeschooling, many subjects intimidated me to teach. The Ivy Tech dual credit program gave my daughter the opportunity to earn high school credit in subjects that I wasn’t familiar enough to teach, and gave her college credit that was later applied to her degree.”
–Molly P. | Parent of a Homeschool Student
If you'd like more information about taking Ivy Tech classes in high school or applying to Ivy Tech, reach out to your local Ivy Tech homeschool contact. Contact information can be found in the light green box below.
How to apply to Ivy Tech depends on what type of student you will be.
Don't see a nearby Ivy Tech Homeschool location? Call 1-888-489-5463 and we'll get you started.
Bloomington Homeschool Contact
Please contact Ivy Tech Homeschool at our full-service campus located in South Bend.
Lake County has 3 full-service locations. Select a location below to see contact information for their Ivy Tech Homeschool department.
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