There are 6 major accrediting bodies in the United States. Being accredited by any of the following agencies, means that the institution has been thoroughly reviewed and has met the minimum requirements set forth by the organization. An accrediting agency will ensure the same level of quality and excellence that is expected of a traditional classroom setting high school. All accredited institutions should have a quality assurance review every five years.
- Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC)
- New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
- North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA)
- Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges (MSA)
- Southern Association of Schools and Colleges (SACS)
- Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
A diploma from an accredited high school is likely to be more widely accepted by post-secondary schools. It is important to do research with your post-secondary school of choice before completing any online high school program.
Our high school diploma program was developed to challenge our students and test their knowledge in the traditional high school core subjects. Although you may re-take the exam as many times as needed, it is recommended that you study prior to enrollment. Our high school diploma course has no time constrictions and is a self-paced examination that can be completed at a pace that is comfortable for the student. While are programs have not been accredited, they have been designed in an accelerated format to assist individuals who are in need of a diploma for a job, furthering their education, test preparation or simply to display as a sign of self-achievement.
If you are interested in an accredited online school, please visit any of the schools below for more information on the programs that they offer.
- K12 (k12.com)
- The Keystone School (keystoneschoolonline.com)
- Whitmore School (compuhigh.com)
- University of Missouri High School/Mizzou K-12 Online (mizzouk12online.missouri.edu)
- National High School (nationalhighschool.com)