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Register now to reserve your space. Enrollment is limited. The class starts August 27. This course includes both high school and college credit.

Reading, Writing, & Inquiry I is a one-semester Indiana University course that offers instruction and practice in the critical reading and writing skills required for college-level work, with an emphasis on written assignments that call for summary, critique, analysis, and arguments based on sources. The purpose of this course is to prepare students for the rigor of writing throughout college. The focus is on scholarly investigation of sources, critical thinking and reading, learning how to recognize and utilize specific writing strategies, skills and fluency. Each unit will include preliminary work and assignments leading to a major essay to conclude.

Successful completion of this course will result in dual credit: high-school credit through IUHS and university credit through Indiana University. The course fees will, therefore, include IUHS course tuition and fees plus an additional $75 for the college credit (3 credit hours) through IU.

This course is designed for high-school seniors.


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IUHS Accreditation Report

As part of its accreditation with AdvancED, Indiana University High School was visited by an External Review Team in March 2014.  The team met with staff, teachers, parents, and students as part of the review.  Based on their visit and the data they collected the External Review Team recommended that IUHS be accredited by the AdvancED Accreditation Commission for an additional five-year term. 


 IUHS is now a 21st Century Scholarship School

High school students who qualified for the 21st Century Scholars Program before entering high school and who are earning an IUHS diploma can still qualify for the scholarship if they decide to attend college in Indiana.


  IUHS has NCAA approval

Indiana University High School is approved under the new NCAA initial eligibility guidelines as established by the NCAA in Division I Proposal No. 2009-64.

Read more about the NCAA approval.