Online Courses and Diploma Programs for High School Students

 Struggling, Gifted, and Anywhere In Between

Whether you are a struggling high school student, an advanced or gifted student, or a student-athlete, a brick-and-mortar institution is no longer your only choice for  earning your  diploma. The gold standard is met when you successfully demonstrate a mastery of the appropriate high school academic skills. There are numerous life circumstances that prevent an otherwise capable high school student from getting his or her degree on time. Based on your missing requirements, it could take as little as a few months to a couple of years to complete our high school diploma for struggling to gifted students and earn your high school credentials.

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Earning a high school diploma is indicative of someone who is ready to tackle the academic challenges of college or trade school, as well as those who are better prepared to enter the job market or military service. High school students who only needed a handful of credits to earn a diploma should consider a school like CHS where they can take the classes needed for completion by participating in our credit recovery options. While there are online high schools that can issue a valid high school diploma, some programs advertised as an alternative are not properly accredited to do so.

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FAQ's for High School Students and Online High School

Yes, we do. The Diploma for Career program is designed for students who want to enter the job market, the military, or continue their education at a technical school or community college. Our Diploma for College program is designed for students who want to enter a four-year college or university. Both allow struggling students to complete the requirements for his or her diploma at their own pace.

Although the edge typically goes to students who hold a high school diploma, a GED, or certificate of completion for a high school equivalency exam, may satisfy entry requirements for a local community college. However, most four-year institutions prefer a high school transcript with a diploma or a transfer after completing junior college coursework.

Yes, we understand the challenges that student atheletes face and how easy it is for them to fall behind in their schoolwork. Whether your student athelte’s ultimate goal is to go to college, attend a trade school, enter the workforce, or join the military, a high school diploma is gold standard for graduation.

Although taking the GED may seem faster, nothing can replace the learning experience of proper schooling. High school equivalency exams only satisfy a prerequisites but does not provide students with discipline that comes from completing high school coursework to meet established academic requirements for acceptance to a post-secondary school, the military or workforce.