How can I take online high school courses?

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  • How can I take online high school courses?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 19:11
Try k-12.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 06:37
You can visit,120,188,0,0.html to know some information about high school online courses.
Answer #3 | 24/12 2013 06:44
The first thing to do would be to talk with your counselor about doing this, what are your options and depending on your choice - would those credits transfer back. Regardless of you completing the courses and getting credit, it is ultimately up to your public school on whether or not they transfer them in for your requirements. So, always get the "ok" first before you sign up for individual courses. I am a teacher for an online high school, CompuHigh/Whitmore School. We offer open enrollment year round for both our individual courses and our diploma programs, so a student can start at any time with us. I am providing the link to our accreditation page as well, and you are more than welcome to look through our site to learn more about our program, and gain a better understanding of what things you may look for in your quest. There is also a contact link on our website should you find you have any questions.
Answer #4 | 25/12 2013 15:50
Check with your counselor. Some public schools will accept a certain number of credits from *specific* online schools. Our district has two private online providers from which they'll accept units. They both require proctored in person finals, not given online. That's probably why. Which ones depends on the district and its policies. If it is for "credit recovery", many schools now have specific providers for that and they do NOT charge extra if you need the units to graduate. It's cheaper than summer school.

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