Stateline.org reports that as high schools are being transformed through online learning, some surprising courses are now being offered online. Courses that may have been impractical to offer, or impractical for students to attend, can now be provided. Students can now exercise at home and have parents sign off on a digital log for PE credit. High school students in Utah can now study horse management, while Wisconsin students can take calligraphy. Currently the nation’s virtual high schools are a supplement to the brick-and-mortar school house. However, an increasing number of students are now graduating with high school degrees without ever having set foot in a classroom. There are now 24 states that offer credit for online coursework, and that number is ever-increasing, as more and more states hop on the bandwagon…