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Low Cost or Free Internet Options

Low Cost or Free Internet Options

  • Indiana Connectivity Program: For households with no internet access availability or connection speeds under 25/3 Mbps. Register here.
  • Indiana Affordable Connectivity Program: For households with internet access over 25/3 Mbps where the family participates in certain assistance programs such as SNAP, Medicaid, Federal Public Housing Assistance, SSI, WIC or Lifeline. Find the application here.
  • For students without internet or cellular connection, datacasting may be an option. PBS stations across the state are sending out data through their broadcasts that may be received by equipment in a student’s home. This service currently connects to LMS systems such as Canvas and Google Classroom to automatically send assignments to the student’s home. Learn more about the datacasting program here.
  • Verizon offers discount service through the federal Lifeline Discount Program:
  • AT&T’s Access program offers internet speeds up to 10 Mbps to eligible low-income families for $5–$10 per month. To qualify for Access, customers must have at least one family member who participates in the SNAP program:
  • PC for People offers high speed 4G LTE internet service for as little as $15 per month:
  • There are several internet access points on our campus, including the Renaissance Academy parking lot and the parking lot between Clarksville High School and Clarksville Elementary School.
  • Get high-speed internet at an affordable price. Spectrum Internet Assist is available exclusively to qualified households:


502 Little League Boulevard Clarksville, Indiana

Clarksville Community School Corporation

Administrative Offices • 502 Little League Boulevard • Clarksville, IN 47129
Phone: (812)-282-7753 • Fax: (812)-282-7754 • Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
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