Tuition-Free Online High School
As a public charter school, iSucceed Virtual High School is tuition free for all 9–12th grade students in Idaho under the age of 21.
Supportive Faculty and Staff
Just like traditional schools, iSucceed is accredited and has highly qualified instructors, but our instructors are able to provide individualized attention to every student.
Instead of juggling six courses at once, iSucceed lets you to take three courses every nine weeks to help you focus on what you’re learning, catch up on credits or get ahead.
Engaging Student Life
iSucceed students are encouraged to interact with their peers and teachers by attending school events, joining clubs and by using the communication tools provided in the Parent Student Portal (PSP).
Flexible School Schedule
iSucceed’s classroom is available wherever you have a computer and internet connection. You can complete your weekly coursework when and where convenient for you.
This school year, iSucceed courses will feature award-winning curriculum including videos, games, comic book style stories and other multimedia to keep students engaging in their learning.
"My favorite thing about iSucceed was the flexibility of the schedule, because I was really into piano and really into music but didn’t necessarily have the time do that when I was in a brick and mortar school."
Matthew, Class of 2012 Salutatorian
Our History and Mission
iSucceed Virtual High School, Inc. was founded in 2008 as an Idaho nonprofit corporation by a group of concerned parents and community members who wanted to provide an opportunity for all students in Idaho to obtain a quality high school education. Since its opening, iSucceed has become the online school to several diverse, talented students who successfully finish with a fully-accredited diploma.
Our mission is to provide individualized and supportive, quality education and inspire diverse students to succeed. At iSucceed, we believe every student deserves and opportunity to excel, “an honest and real chance to reach their potential.”