Office of Admissions

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Summer School Enrollment

If you're ready to enroll for the July or August Session, complete this admissions application.

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CCHS Enrollment

If you're from Camden County High School, please complete this admission application.

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Full-Time Admissions

If you're ready to enroll as a full-time learner in grade 6-12 or as an adult, please complete this admission application.

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Graduation Verification Center

Employers, screening services, etc. may use the form below to request information regarding a student's status at Orion High School. Please allow 7 to 10 business days for your request to be processed and completed. 

Please do not contact us within 7 to 10 business days of completing this form unless we have requested additional information. We may delay delivery of the requested information for those who do not provide us 7 to 10 business days to fulfill their request.

 

Pricing and Fees

Full-Time Enrollment

A learner who is enrolling at Orion High School in grades 6-12 or as an adult will complete a 12-month contractual agreement that allows a learner to attempt up to ten (10) courses and take a maximum of two (2) months of leave. The tuition payment options are as follows:

   Annual Payment Semi-Annual Payments Quarterly Payments Monthly Payments 
Tuition Amount $1,950 $1,215 $750 $315
Number of Payments 1 2 4 12
Total Cost $1,950 $2,430 $3,000 $3,780

If a learner transferring to Orion High School only needs five (5) credits to graduate, they may select from the following tuition options:

  Single Payment Two Payments Three Payments
  $600 $330 $250
 Number of Payments 3
Total Cost $600 $660 $750

Applicants will be notified at the time of admission if they qualify for this tuition plan.

AdvancED requires that graduate candidates complete at least 25% of the accredited school's curriculum. If a learner currently meets or exceeds the graduation eligiblity requirements he or she must complete at least five (5) courses.

A learner who only needs to take five (5) courses to meet diploma eligibility requirements

Enrollment for Session 2 and Session 3 are open! Call us at 877-647-1337 to enroll today!

Summer School

At Orion High School

Sessions

There are four summer sessions at Orion High School that span across May, June, July, and August. The dates for each session are as follows:

 Session   Dates   Enrollment Deadline   Orientation Deadline 
 May Session    May 1, 2017 - June 30, 2017   April 30, 2017  May 5, 2017
 June Session   June 1, 2017 - July 31, 2017   May 31, 2017  June 9, 2017
 July Session   July 1, 2017 - August 31, 2017   June 30, 2017  July 7, 2017
 August Session   August 1, 2017 - September 30, 2017   July 31, 2017   August 7, 2017

 

Tuition & Fees

Individual courses are charged at a per course tuition rate as follows:

 Course Type   Tuition 
 Full-Credit Course   $300 
 Half-Credit Course  $225
 Advanced Placement Course   $500

There is a one-time one-month extension fee of $25 per course extended that is charged at the time of request.

Refund Policy

Orion High School acknowledges that online learning is not for everyone and that there are cases when a student may wish to withdraw from a course. Orion High School offers a full refund if the course is dropped within 10 days. 

Credit Recovery Courses

Credit Recovery courses ("CR courses") allow students the ability to earn credit for a course they previously attempted but did not earn credit for. Here are two possible scenarios where CR courses would be useful:

Norma is a competitive beatboxer and spends a lot of time out of school for competitions. Recently, her school sent her parent's a letter saying that she missed too many days of school this year and cannot earn credit for any of her courses although Norma has all A's. 

In this case, Norma could take up to two CR courses a session during the summer at Orion High School and earn up to 6 credits before school starts in August. 

Joe's family planned a vacation in Las Vegas and it is too late to cancel the trip. A week before the trip, Joe's grandmother received Joe's final report card in the mail and learned he failed English III, Algebra II, and Art I. Joe's grandmother doesn't know what to do, because Joe's schedule for next year is already created and he needs these courses to graduate. 

In this case, Joe could take English III in the June Session, Algebra II in July Session, and Art I in the August Session during the summer at Orion High School and earn these credits for the upcoming school year. 

Core, Elective, and AP® Courses

Orion's Course Catalog includes core, elective, and Advanced Placement® ("AP®") courses that can be completed in as little as one month during the summer at Orion High School. Here are two possible scenarios where these courses would be useful:

Jeanne recently moved from El Paso, Texas to Midland, Texas and learned that the school does not have Psychology that Jeanne wants to take for her Arts and Humanities Social Studies Endorsement. It is too late for Jeanne to pursue another endorsement, and Jeanne's new school requires and endorsement be earned for graduation to be able to walk the stage. 

In this case, Jeanne would be able to take Psychology at Orion High School during any summer session and would be able to earn her endorsement. 

Daniel's school offer's a local series of courses in aviation where students operate drones for various tasks. Daniel wants to free up next year's schedule so that he can take two of these courses rather than Geometry and English II.

In this case, Daniel could take Geometry in the June Session and English II in the July Session during the summer at Orion High School to earn these credits for the upcoming school year and be able to pursue his interest in aviation. 

Transferring Credit

Orion High School has worked with schools across the nation to transfer course credit for courses completed by students over the summer. As an accredited private school, Orion High School has access to the same electronic systems public schools use and codes courses to avoid confusion during the transfer. When a student enrolls for a summer session at Orion High School, we simply collect the information about the school they wish for us to send the credit to. When the course is completed, we enter the information onto a transcript and send the record to the student's school. If the school has any questions or concerns, our experienced staff will work with the school to ensure the credit is successfully transferred and applied. 

Although we are an accredited private school and align our courses to rigorous standards, schools may sometimes not understand summer coursework completed at other schools. We strongly suggest you speak to your counselor before you commit to taking any online courses with any school or program. 

 

On August 8, 2016, Orion High School and Southern Dreams of Mississippi celebrated another successful commencement ceremony to recognize the achievements of the partnership's high school graduates. During the ceremony, Dr. Jerry Komia Domatob shared his work, a poem he crafted especially for this celebration of achievement. The graduates of the Orion High School, community members and leaders, as well as friends and family participated in reciting the marvelous work presented by Dr. Domatob. 

 

A Graduation Poem by Dr. Jerry Komia Domatob

Yes today's gladness

Overpowers yesterday's sadness

As you welcome hope

Rising from a slimy slope

So on this grand graduation, what's your pledge?

 

Congratulations classmates, thank you leaders, and mentors

Henceforth, we will do our best 

 

Today shines with joy

As playing with a prized toy

Once again you see the light

After twisting in the night

So on this grand graduation, what's your pledge?

 

Congratulations classmates, thank you leaders, and mentors

Henceforth, we will do our best

 

With kind and overfull backing

Along with funding

You rise from near hopelessness

To lasting hopefulness

So on this grand graduation, what's your pledge?

 

Congratulations classmates, thank you leaders, and mentors

Henceforth, we will do our best

 

As you celebrate success

And promise to work without recess

Let this be a new beginning

And not the ending

So on this grand graduation, what's your pledge?

 

Congratulations classmates, thank you leaders, and mentors

Henceforth, we will do our best

 

With your diplomas, you restart life

Without harsh and strife

Having minimized contention

Like unwarranted detention

On this grand occasion, what's your pledge?

 

Congratulations classmates, thank you leaders, and mentors

Henceforth, we will do our best

 

Like all, yes all

You will occasionally fall

Due to adversity

But with certificate you can tackle difficulty

On this grand occasion, what's your pledge?

 

Congratulations classmates, thank you leaders, and mentors

Henceforth, we will do our best

 

As you emerge as leaders

Yes, community elders

Your certificates, mark accomplishments

Which glitter, as star achievements

On this grand occasion, what's your pledge?

 

Congratulations classmates, thank you leaders, and mentors

Henceforth, we will do our best

 

Party bells ring

As family and friends sing

They bring you fabulous congratulations

And marvelous jubilation

On this grand occasion, what's your pledge?

 

Congratulations classmates, thank you leaders, and mentors

Henceforth, we will do our best