Prospective Students

Let AIOA meet your educational needs. Wherever you are, AIOA is there.

Yes Want to learn at home or overseas? AIOA can meet your needs!

Yes Do you need acceleration or remediation? AIOA can meet your needs!

Yes Need credit recovery? AIOA can meet your needs!

Yes Want to get an early start on university classes?  AIOA can meet your needs!

Yes Need to brush up on a course?  AIOA can meet your needs!

AIOA is a wonderful learning environment for homeschoolers.  AIOA provides homeschoolers with quality curriculum yet provides flexibility for each family’s needs and lifestyle.

Elementary homeschooled students benefit from AIOA’s provided curriculum and their family’s support and involvement at home.  Homeschool students with AIOA still have the flexibility to be involved in extracurricular and family activities, to travel, and to maintain their traditional homeschool environment.

Oftentimes, as students advance into the upper grades, parents want to maintain the homeschooling environment but need instructional support with curriculum.  AIOA provides that instructional support and curriculum.





  • ENG 101 – Communication Arts I (GT-CO1) – 3 credits
  • ENG 102 – Communications Arts II (GT-CO2) – 3 credits
  • MATH 095 – Pre-Algebra Skills – 3 credits
  • MATH 097 – Basic Algebra Skills  – 3 credits
  • MATH 099 – Intermediate Algebra  – 3 credits
  • MATH 104 – Finite Mathematics  (GT-MA1) – 3 credits



AIOA provides students who need to recover credits or review course material a wonderful opportunity to do so in an individualized educational environment.   AIOA teachers will provide quality curriculum to help students master content or to recover a credit.  Through this program, learners can work at their own pace to ensure content mastery.  This is a wonderful opportunity for students who need to brush up in a math class, build a stronger foundation in any subject, complete elective credits, or prove mastery of content. Students can enroll full time or part time to complete credit recovery and can work at their own pace to complete coursework.



AIOA recognizes that all learners are not traditional learners. With this in mind, we have developed a program that allows adults to earn a quality high school diploma.  Students who are 19 years of age or older who want an accredited U.S. diploma complete three phases to earn a high school diploma. First, students complete an assessment to evaluate their knowledge of specific skills and concepts. Second, a learning program is designed for each student. Finally, based on the results of the assessment, students learn and complete the material needed to complete and earn a high school diploma. Students in the Adult Learning program can also participate in university dual credit courses.