High School Courses

All JIA online courses at the high school level are NCAA approved, benefitting any student-athlete hoping to progress to the next level in college, at either Division I or Division II institutions.

JIA High School Courses

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Algebra Foundations
Algebra 1
Algebra 2
Personal Finance

*Instructor services contracted through Fuel Education, Middlebury, or MVU.


Healthy Living
Physical Education
Sociology A
Sociology B
World Geography

Art Electives
Introduction to Art
Digital Imaging and Communication
Studio Art
Digital Photography
High School Theatre Arts

Technology Electives
Game Design*
Microsoft Office 2013*
Web Design
Visual Basic.Net*
Java Programming*
Transportation Technology

Music Electives
High School Music Appreciation
Band, Choir, and Orchestra are available onsite at Jenison High School.

Community Partner opportunities are available.  Students should contact their Mentor Teacher for more information.

*Instructor services contracted through Fuel Education, Middlebury, or MVU.

Additional Courses

Advance Placement (AP) Courses
Advance Placement courses are available upon request.  Please contact the JIA Offices to learn more.

College Dual Enrollment
Homeschool students may participate in college dual enrollment, specifically at Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC), taking eligible courses either traditionally, or online with GRCC.  JIA will pay a capped amount allotted by the State of Michigan, as long as the student fulfills the dual enrollment requirements and is enrolled in a minimum of one (1) Community Partner or Online Course with JIA.  Students must successfully complete any dual enrolled course in order for the district to contribute to tuition.  All costs and fees that exceed the capped amount are the responsibility of the student/family. Contact our offices to learn more about this opportunity.

Career Technical Education
JIA partners with the Careerline Tech Center (CTC) in Ottawa County and the Kent Career Tech Center (KCTC) in Kent County.  Both centers are accepting applications through January 2018 for the 2018-19 school year.  For more information, please contact the JIA offices.