Registration for the 2023-24 school year is now open.


InformNet is an accredited online high school.

InformNet courses provide students with daily instruction, assignments and evaluation through regular email and web-based interaction from a certified high school teacher. The student’s day school provides the course credit when subject requirements are met.

Online learning is not for everyone. It is an opportunity given to students who cannot get into a course offered at their school, need a credit required for graduation or would like to try a course not offered at their home school. The day school guidance counselor and school administration have the right to limit access to online courses if there are relevant academic issues associated with the student that would hinder progress in an online environment. InformNet also provides these opportunities to independent, homeschooling, and adult learners.

    Students are expected to follow InformNet’s Academic Honesty Policy

    “Students must understand that the tests/exams they complete and the assignments they submit as evidence of learning must be their own work and that cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated." (Provincial Assessment Policy Kindergarten to Grade 12: Academic Responsibility, Honesty and Promotion/Retention) Read more

    ***UPDATE*** Possible Consequences for Academic Dishonesty

    The InformNet Administrator and/or day school administrator reserve the right to impose additional consequences for academic dishonesty. These consequences will vary based on a continuum of behavioral and academic responses, taking into account the student's grade level, maturity, the number and frequency of incidents, and individual circumstances.

    It is imperative that all submitted work is original and not copied from any source. Copying or plagiarizing hinders learning and undermines the integrity of our courses and credits. It's important to note that all InformNet teachers are aware of and have access to websites such as Chegg, Brainly, Quora, and ChatGPT.
    Students caught plagiarizing from such sources will face the following consequences:
  • First Instance: Zero given on the assignment or test
  • Second Instance: Removal from the course

  • Please be aware that being removed from a course may negatively affect your progress towards graduation.

    Monthly Progress Reports

    Student progress reports provide a snapshot of a student's academic performance, including their login activity, assignment and assessment updates, and general themes related to their work and credit success. These reports also include the student's current course grade. Once generated, progress reports are emailed to the student, parent/guardian, and the student's day school principal.

Support Videos

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  • Course listing for 2023-24
  • For students registered at a funded MB high school, the subsidized fee for each course: $350
  • Course Handbook


  • Contact your Manitoba high school guidance or administration team to register for an InformNet class.
  • Students who register for courses directly are charged the course fee. The InformNet administration team reviews all registrations.