Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- English I
- English II
- English III
- English IV
- Journalism I
- Algebra I
- Algebra IA
- Algebra IB
- Algebra II
- Advanced Algebra with Financial Applications
- Algebra Readiness
- Liberal Art Math
- American Government
- American History
- World History
- Earth Space Science
- Physical Science
- Marine Science
- Health Opportunities through Health Education(HOPE)
- Fitness Lifestyle Design
- Personal Fitness
- Life Management Skills
- Intro to Entrepreneurship I & II
- Adaptive PE IEP or 504 Plan
- Thinking and Learning Strategies
- Reading for College Success
- Computer Programming I v9 (GS)
- Art History and Criticism I Honors v12 (GS)
- Computing for College and Careers v7 (GS-D)
- Critical Thinking and Study Skills v11 (GS)
- French I
- French II
- Latin I
- Latin II
- Latin III
- Spanish I
- Spanish II
- Spanish III
- Spanish for Spanish Speakers
AP courses, and other electives may be available. Please email email@example.com or call 1-877-888-9473 for details.
Please see our full Course Catalog and Descriptions for complete offerings.
- Each full credit course costs $325. Each half credit course costs $250.
- Classes must be prepaid in full when you register
- You may pay in cash or by check, money order or credit card
- We accept VISA and MasterCard.
Your tuition includes the cost of your online textbook, though you may occasionally be asked to purchase additional materials for your courses (i.e. a novel for an English class).
Because our Learning Management System is run entirely on the web, no specific operating system is necessary for your computer. The following web browsers are officially supported for BrainHoney use:
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
Supported Browser Plugins and Settings
The following plugins and settings are required to use our courses.
- Cookies enabled
- Flash 7 or higher installed
- Java 7 or higher installed
Certain courses may recommend installing additional software. Information on recommended software can be found in the Course Information folder for each course. Or you may contact our curriculum specialist with questions about specific requirements and recommendations for each course.
Curriculum specialist contact information: Robin Poole firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes. We are fully accredited by AdvanceED and the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). All of our courses are certified and credits earned through Middleton Academy may be transferred to other schools. If you have questions about the transferability of Middleton Academy credits to your home school, please contact your school counselor or academic adviser.
To get started, you will be asked to create a Registration Account with a username and password. Once you have established your account, enrolling is a simple 3-step process:
- Apply for Enrollment
Fill out and submit the online enrollment application.
- Select Courses and Term Dates
Choose which course or courses you would like to study online and when you’d like to start your online class.
- Make a Payment
When your application has been approved you can pay for your online course(s) by credit card, money order, or check. We accept online payments, but you may choose to pay over the phone using a credit card or by mailing a check or money order to the address listed below.
- Complete Enrollment Agreement
Call with questions: 877.888.9473 ext #106
You are able to view your grades by logging into your course and clicking on the Grades tab.
When your final grades have been calculated by your teacher, we will email you a grade report. If your email address changes, please email email@example.com to ensure that we are able to deliver your grade report to you. We will also mail an official copy of your transcript to your school.
Middleton Academy students receive a great deal of support from their teachers, classmates and program administrators. Students and teachers communicate by posting comments to a discussion thread that is visible to all class members. These discussion threads allow students to actively participate in a virtual classroom setting, learning from and helping their classmates as they discuss course-related topics and resources. By sharing the learning process, students and teachers help each other understand complex material and work through various projects.
Students experiencing technical difficulties should call 877.888.9473 for assistance.
Students with questions concerning admissions and enrollment should email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 877.888.9473.
All members of the Middleton Academy team support the efforts of our online learners and will do our best to provide the highest quality assistance and support possible.
Unfortunately, no internet-delivered educational program can guarantee with 100% certainty that acts of cheating or plagiarism are never committed; Middleton Academy is no different. We take academic honesty and integrity very seriously and closely monitor our students and their work to ensure to the best of our ability that students are being graded on their own merits. We believe that students who enroll in our program do so because they are committed to learning and to earning their high school diploma. We expect them to work hard, submitting original assignments and comments on the discussion threads.
Each Middleton Academy student agrees to adhere to the Middleton Academy Code of Honor, listed on our Guidance and Policies page, promising to uphold the academic ideals, values and integrity of our program.