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1. Is this a homeschool program?

a. On Track School is a private, non-profit, nationally and internationally accredited K-12 online school.

2. Is there an attendance requirement?

a. No. All of the assignments are due Sunday night of the week assigned. We have monthly GOAL meetings where our Home Room Coaches provide a progress report and set goals to stay on track.

3. Do the students get a diploma?

a. Yes! On Track School is a private, non-profit, nationally and internationally accredited K-12 online school. We also have a graduation at the Lorretta Lynn’s Amatuer Motocross National in Tennessee.

4. How does the program work?

a. In K-8 we use Google Classroom as our platform to house the curriculum. There is a mixture of physical books and workbooks along with digital resources for the instructional material. Most of our programs have interactive lessons as well as videos throughout the course. We provide full-time teacher support which means you can request tutoring sessions for additional instruction if needed. Assignments can be completed online, printed and submitted through google classroom using their mobile app for flexibility. Grades k-8 focus on Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts. On Track

b. In grades 9-12 we have options so that students can be most successful, there is a choice of all online or a mixture of books and online.

5. What if my student decides to go back to public school?

a. Our accreditation will make it possible for students to transfer their credits to return to any school without an issue. Some schools, however will only accept credits after a term is completed whether that is a semester or quarterly term.

6. Do we have to pay for the whole year up front?

a. No, tuition is paid monthly using the method of payment listed on the student application on a set date requested. It is an option to pay in full, however we do not offer a discount for choosing that option.

7. We travel and don’t have internet all of the time?

a. Assignments can be printed off so that students can work and submit their work when connection becomes available. Communication is key, let the homeroom coach know in advance.

8. What if my student has a learning disability and an IEP or 504 Plan?

a. Since our program personalizes for each student we have had much success in ensuring that there are no issues standing in the way of student success. In addition, we have on our team a special education teacher who works together with our team to provide resources when needed.

9. Do we need a transcript to enter high school?

a. In order to gain credit toward graduation requirements, we do need a transcript to show what courses have been completed. If a family has been homeschooling, they can outline the curriculum and together with the diagnostic for reading and math we can make a determination.

10. How will the pacing work if we have not attended school, can we start any time?

a. Students can start any time, we have open enrollment. If students enroll with grades to date, they will start on the current week listed on the school calendar. If they enroll without grades to date or have not been enrolled, we will make a determination after the diagnostics are completed taking into consideration the student goals for their graduation pathway.

11. My student will not be going to college, do you have a general high school diploma or is it required that we follow the college plan?

a. At On Track we have pathways for graduation based on whether a student is planning on attending college, pursuing a vocational career, or is interested in exploring life options. Our team can work with the student and family to determine the best approach.

12. Do you offer any discounts or scholarships?

a. 10% for additional siblings. $100 referral credit for referring family towards tuition and $100 off registration for new family. 50% off annual registration promotion at events. Early Bird Registration in April. 15% military discounts. For scholarships

visit: https://www.ontrackschool.com/scholarships/

13. This is expensive for a racing family, are there other ways we can save?

a. We understand which is why our tuition has not increased in over 8 years. Keep in mind this is a private accredited education. Our teachers are certified and our students have the resources they need to succeed. We are expanding our contingency awards that students can earn at races through Supercross Futures, GNCC, and AMA sanctioned events in 2020. We are excited to be on a team that continues to develop opportunities and a result Ca$h for Class was created so that families can start to save money for future tuition payments and set up a savings plan.