Is Online Learning Right for Your Child?
To ensure academic success in online education, your child should have:
- Maturity to complete tasks with little supervision from the class instructor
- Motivation to complete work alone when you are not around
- Time management skills to study and complete assignments
- Technology skills required to take an online course
- Students who are more successful in an online program are those who:
- Have completed homework on a consistent basis in a traditional classroom setting
- Have encouraging supervision at home
- Have a positive attitude about school
- Are conscientious and persistent in accomplishing goals
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why take online learning classes?
- Who is eligible to enroll in a Princeton Online Academy course?
- My child does not have a computer. Does the school provide one?
- How many courses can a student take through online learning?
- How does online learning work?
- What are the costs to enroll in the Princeton Online Academy?
- What other costs are there to attend Princeton Online Academy? Do I need my own device?
- How do I connect with my teachers when I need help?
- Do students need to come to the Princeton to attend classes?
- Can my student participate in sports and activities?
- Do the courses meet standards for high school graduation in Minnesota?
- Can a student with a disability enroll in Princeton Online Academy?
- How do I register and enroll in an online course?