The school anticipates significant growth this year and they hope about 2,500 students will enroll before next school year.
IHSAA members say the students need academic accountability to be able to play.
Almost 80 percent of school corporations use some form of digital learning in their curricula.
Nearly $200,000 in grant funding will transition middle school math, language arts and social studies curriculums away from using printed textbooks.
The Senate also passed an amendment raising the percentage of charter school teachers who must be licensed.
A lack of standards for online and technology-based learning has many in the state scrambling to shape the General Assembly’s eventual policy debate.