Traditional iCredit enables students to take single courses while enrolled full-time at their local school. We accept enrollment into the iCredit program at any time, and then the student has a full year to complete courses. This program is available for students in grades 9-12 to take core, elective and global language courses for new or make up credit or to prepare for high-stakes exams.

Fast Track iCredit enables students to take single courses while enrolled full-time at their local school. This program is an eight week program, with sessions offered fall, winter and spring. This program is available for students in grades 9-12 to take core and elective courses for new or make up credit or to prepare for high-stakes exams.

Summer school is an eight week program offered during the summer school months, with set start and end dates. The registration period is open each year from mid-April to the beginning of June. The program is available for students in grades 9-12 to take core and elective courses for new or make up credit or to prepare for high-stakes exams.

The Third Grade Guarantee intervention program is designed for students exiting grades K-3 practice their reading skills while on summer break. The student will begin by taking a pre-assessment, and will then receive an individualized lesson pathway based on the assessment results. This program uses I-Ready, an approved vendor by the Ohio Department of Education.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can take META classes?

With counselor approval, any student in grade 9-12 in the state of Ohio can enroll in the summer school program; Ohio students exiting grades K-3 can enroll in the Third Grade Reading Program.

Do I need to attend in person?

No, the coursework is completely online.

How will my school know that I have earned credit from META?

As part of the registration process, you will provide the contact information for your counselor. We will use that information to send a transcript to your counselor.

Can I earn credits toward graduation?

Absolutely! You can take any of our courses to complete a course preceding the upcoming school year or to make up credit for a semester of a course you may have failed. Be sure to speak with your counselor about your plans and for help with course selection.