No. We are a public school. We receive all funds from State and Federal sources.
Students will receive a full high school diploma equal to the one they would receive from a traditional brick-and-mortar school.
Fairborn Digital Academy provides each student with a computer and internet access. Students may use their own computers if they desire.
All classes at Fairborn Digital Academy are self-paced. Students are able to complete multiple grade levels during one school year if they work hard enough.
Each student is assigned an Accountability Coach who will be able to assist students with their school work. This coach will also be the main contact with the school and will monitor the student’s progress and communicate with the student and their support system.
Call the Fairborn Digital Academy main office at (937) 879-0511 and you can set up an appointment to meet with one of the administrators. At the meeting the student, guardian, and the administrator will talk about the school and what the school’s expectations are. If after that meeting, the student thinks they would be successful at the Fairborn Digital Academy, an enrollment meeting can be scheduled.
Fairborn Digital Academy expects each student to work a minimum of six hours per day, five days per week.