About Our School
At Hoosier College and Career Academy (HCCA), your child can learn in the ways that are right for them—at home, on the road, or wherever there’s an internet connection. But the benefits of online school extend far beyond convenience and can make a big difference for your student.
Benefits of Online Schooling with HCCA
While the benefits of a personalized education experience will be different for each student, some of the main advantages HCCA families enjoy are as follows:
- Public school at home empowers families to control their school environment.
- Students work at their own pace, adjusting the amount of time they spend on topics based on their rate of understanding.
- Online school allows families to balance learning with other commitments such as work, extracurricular activities, or family responsibilities.
- Learning online helps students expand their understanding as students from various backgrounds come together in virtual classrooms to exchange ideas and perspectives.
- Online learning hones digital literacy skills, a crucial competence in the modern workforce.
HCCA at a Glance
Open to full-time Indiana residents in grades 7–12
Personalized approach to education
Full suite of academic and school support services
Career and college prep featuring project and work-based learning opportunities
Credit recovery courses
2022-2023 Naturalization Examination Student Results
Each student enrolled in a United States Government course where credit is awarded for General, Core 40, Core 40 with Academic Honors, or Core 40 with Technical Honors designation is required to take the naturalization examination provided by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) as administered by the student’s high school. United States Government courses include Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, dual credit, and Cambridge International courses. Students do not need to pass the naturalization examination in order to pass the United States Government course. Retests are not required or published in the results.
Indiana Code 20-30-5-7(d) requires, not later than November 1, 2022, and not later than November 1 each year thereafter, the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) to report student data from the naturalization examination to the General Assembly. Schools must also post results on the school’s website.
Number of students who took the naturalization examination: 73
Number of students who passed the naturalization examination by a score of not less than sixty percent (60%) on their first attempt *: 73
Pass rate of the naturalization examination regarding the students who participated *: 100%
The Support You and Your Student Need
Our teachers are committed to helping your family succeed with online learning. They provide instruction and support as your child works through the curriculum. And they keep the lines of communication open through:
ONLINE “CLASS CONNECT” SESSIONS
ONLINE AND IN-PERSON ACTIVITIES
You’ll also receive textbooks and other hands-on education materials delivered right to your door! These offline materials complement the interactive online elements of the lessons and vary by grade and course.