93% of IATS students completed 100% of their courses last year?
80% of IATS students earned a C or better on all their coursework with an overall school-wide average of 79% across all courses.
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To Aspiring Students and Supportive Families,
I want to thank you for considering Indiana Agriculture & Technology School as an option for your education. At IATS, our programs are designed to meet the needs of 21st-century learners. Our agriculture and technology programs are focused to connect content to career pathways such as biotech, veterinary science, food science, robotics, aviation, and informational technology. We take our students out of the traditional classroom setting and introduce them to real life jobs in the field of agriculture or technology. Our students learn from professionals who have expertise in these fields. Students at Indiana Agriculture & Technology School will learn their knowledge through the curriculum and from there we want our students to transfer and apply their knowledge to real-world application. This authentic assessment asks students to use their skills outside the context of the classroom. We invite you and your family to be part of this program and explore the possibilities that our school can offer.
Keith Marsh, Chief Academic Officer
Frequently Asked Questions
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What grades do you serve?
Do you offer AP, Honors, Dual Credit?
Yes. All three.
How often do students go to the farm?
Depending on your schedule of classes, students should expect to be at the farm at least once a month.
What do we do on the farm?
Our farm campus will be the site for immersive learning labs and project-based activities.
How much does this cost?
We are tuition free! The only costs are the non-mandatory field trips and dual credit courses.
Are we online (virtual)?
We are a blended model school; students will participate in active sessions with instructors, complete online coursework, and experience hands-on educational experiences on the 600-acre farm campus.
What foreign languages are offered?
Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Latin
Does the school award a traditional core 40 diploma?
We offer all Indiana State High School diplomas including, Core 40, Core 40 Honors, Core 40 Technical Honors.
Do you take Seniors?
How do I enroll…
CLICK HERE to go to our enrollment form. Once you complete the form, we will contact you to verify and complete your enrollment, and let you know what the next steps are.
When will classes start?
Classes begin for the 2019-20 school year on August 12, 2019. Also, you can always visit our School Events Calendar here.
Will you provide computers?
Students may bring their own device, or IATS will provide students with a Chromebook that they may use for their studies.
What courses are offered?
CLICK HERE for list of courses
What are the technology requirements?
CLICK HERE for minimum tech requirements.
How often will I need to be online?
Students will need to be online for a minimum of 4 hours per school day.
Is Indiana Agriculture and Technology School accredited?
As a new school, we are undergoing the steps needed for formal accreditation through AdvancED, we are recognized by the Indiana Department of Education as an Indiana School, the courses offered through our Curriculum provider are accredited by AdvancED and are aligned with the Indiana Standards. Our teachers and Student Learning Advocates are Indiana Licensed teachers.