An On-Line School for a Customized, Individualized High School Education At Your Pace, On Your Schedule


Website User Survey

As we begin developing a new website for Findlay Digital Academy, we are seeking comments and input from our students, families and staff. Our goal is to continually make the Findlay Digital Academy website an effective learning and communications resource for our community. Your feedback will help us to better understand how our site is used, and how it could be improved. Please Click Here to Fill Out the Survey.

Legal Notice to Families

A U.S. District Court has ordered that 2013-2014 school year records from the Ohio Department of Education's Educational Management Information System be turned over to Disability Rights Ohio as part of an ongoing lawsuit.

Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), families of students may object to the release of their child's information by following the instructions outlined in the accompanying notice. The court must receive objections no later than Sept. 12. Read the full notice here.


To meet the needs of each student by providing state approved education through on-line instruction and individualized mentoring.


  1. Provide an exemplary digital academy that address the needs of the students for whom the traditional model of school does not work.
  2. Achieve a 100% graduation rate while promoting self-confidence and self-esteem in every student.
  3. Create an open, accepting environment for FDA students.
  4. Implement an effective marketing plan.
  5. Create a broad based community support system for FDA students and their parents.


AT & T Awarded Findlay Digital Academy a $7,500 grant to develop a Career Mentor program.
From left to right: State House of Representative Robert Sprague, Sandy White, Kimberly Bash of The Community Foundation, Dennis Hellman from AT& T.
Seated: Dave Vaas, Instructional Coach and Kyia Gray, FDA student.

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Last Updated: September 23, 2014