Pre-Registration Information

Before completing the registration form, make sure you have familiarized yourself with KET’s Online Campus policies and procedures.

Course Offerings

It is the school’s responsibility to ensure that students have completed all prerequisites prior to registration. In some upper level courses KET requires students to take an entrance exam. The school must meet all classroom technical requirements of the courses (including, but not limited to: Internet connectivity, computer requirements, Skype capabilities, and telephone lines) prior to the first day of classes. KET Online Campus courses are state-approved, taught by certified teachers and are eligible for high school credit (one Carnegie Unit per course) from the school.

Technology Requirements

  • Internet access (Broadband strongly recommended)
  • Webcam and headset
  • Adobe Flash Player for student device
  • Course instructors will direct students to live session meeting rooms (e.g., Zoom or Skype). A download may be required for live session access.
  • Courses are compatible on all devices and operating systems.

Textbooks and Other Materials

All textbooks must be ordered by the schools. Allow at least 4 weeks for shipping.

School Coordinator Responsibilities

It is strongly recommended that a school administrator serve as the coordinator. It is essential that KET be able to contact the school coordinator throughout the year. As part of the responsibilities/requirements, the school coordinator must:

  • Be physically located at the school.
  • Serve as overall administrator for all courses used by the school.
  • Select and assist facilitators.
  • Recruit students for online campus courses and coordinate the registration process.
  • Monitor organizational, operational and technical aspects of online campus courses.

Classroom Facilitator Responsibilities

The Kentucky Department of Education does not require course facilitators to be certified teachers (with the exception of the Humanities resource), although it is recommended. State law requires that the facilitator remain in the classroom at all times during the class period. Responsibilities include:

  • Maintain classroom order and discipline.
  • Make sure that the student has regularly scheduled access to an internet connected computer, and to a telephone or preferably Skype capable computer.
  • Monitor online homework, quiz and test taking in order to ensure academic integrity; in some courses print and administer/proctor paper test taking.
  • Access and report participation, grades and progress of the students to school officials.
  • Discourage academic dishonesty (plagiarism, use of online translators, etc.).
  • Assist students with work and provide guidance and support for students, as well as encouragement to contact online teachers with problems, questions, and concerns.
  • Copy materials downloaded from the web site for students.
  • Initiate contact with KET to resolve all technical difficulties.
  • Communicate with online teacher by phone, skype, and through electronic mail.
  • Be familiar with the technology used in the classroom such as speakerphone, DVD player/smartboard, and computers with web cameras and microphone for skype or videoconferencing capability.
  • Share concerns with the online teacher and encourage parents to contact the online teacher with questions or concerns.
  • Encourage students to work hard and do their best.

The phone number and e-mail address of each instructor is listed on our Meet Our Teachers page, or you may call KET at 1-800-333-9764.

Student Profile and Expectations

The successful distance learning student…

  • welcomes challenges.
  • benefits positively from cooperative learning.
  • appreciates self-directed learning opportunities and takes initiative.
  • strives to communicate clearly.

Each course uses student-teacher interactivity to bring the curriculum to life. Students are expected to participate in all forms of interactivity including telephone, tutor sessions for language courses, and other internet applications, including Moodle, social networking sites, and blogs.

KET School Calendar

Please review the School Calendar. It is the school’s responsibility to reconcile any differences between the KET schedule and individual student schedules before enrolling students. Call KET 1-800-333-9764 to investigate resolution of scheduling conflicts.

Enrollment Modification Procedures

If it is necessary to modify enrollments, the school should correct the Enrollment Form or type changes on school letterhead and mail or fax (859.258.7390) to KET.

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