About Our School
We Are NCAA-Approved
Indiana Digital Learning School (INDLS) is recognized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)! Thus, select courses at our school count toward the academic requirements needed to become a college athlete.
Supporting College-Bound Athletes
INDLS is a flexible virtual schooling option for student-athletes, allowing them to complete their coursework from anywhere on their own time. As an NCAA-approved online public school, we proudly stand by our athletes and guide them toward academic and athletic success throughout high school and beyond.
What is the NCAA?
The NCAA is an organization dedicated to the well-being and success of college athletes. The NCAA is composed of several member schools that award nearly $3.5 billion in athletic scholarships every year and provide vast support to help student-athletes graduate.
The NCAA consists of three divisions.
generally has the largest student body, athletics budgets, and number of athletic scholarships.
tends to focus more on academic achievement and service to the community.
maintains participation in a competitive athletics environment that still pushes academic excellence.
What does NCAA-approved mean?
NCAA schools require college-bound student-athletes to build a strong foundation of high school courses to prepare them for the academic expectations in college. INDLS is recognized by the NCAA and offers various courses that can count toward the 16 NCAA-approved courses required to become a college athlete.*
Student-athletes must also graduate from high school and earn a minimum GPA.
*Not all courses at INDLS count as NCAA core courses. Remedial classes and classes completed through credit-by-exam are not considered NCAA core courses.