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Accreditation

What is accreditation?

Accreditation is the process by which the North Central Association and the Commission on International and Transregional Accreditation, accrediting divisions of AdvancED, review Indiana University High School’s quality. These agencies assess Indiana University High School based on standards that the agencies have established and that follow the best educational practices.

Accreditation

  • helps students and their parents, employers, and others in identifying schools that meet high standards for educational quality
  • provides benchmarks by which online high schools like Indiana University High School can measure themselves and continuously improve.
  • eases the transfer of credits among high schools. Indiana University High School cannot guarantee that other schools will accept its credits; however, accredited schools do routinely accept the credits provided by one another.
  • gives colleges and universities a standard means to recognize student work prior to college admission.

How does Indiana University High School measure up?

In announcing the renewal of Indiana University High School’s full accreditation status in summer 2014, the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement stated that the IUHS program meets or surpasses all of North Central’s accreditation standards.

Your input is always welcome. Contact Mike Beam at 800.334.1011 or iuhs@indiana.edu if you have any questions or suggestions as we move forward in the process of continuous school improvement. 

IUHS courses are accredited by NCAA

NCAA DIVISION I & II SCHOOL - ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY

Students planning to attend an NCAA Division I or II or NAIA school and participate in athletics must meet certain academic requirements.  Most of the courses offered by Indiana University High School qualify as NCAA core courses.  Students should consult with our NCAA Academic Advisor and the NCAA Guide for College-Bound Student-Athlete to make sure they meet all requirements for graduation and NCAA eligibility.  The NCAA guide is located at http://www.ncaapublications.com.

The NCAA Eligibility Center’s service website is http://eligibilitycenter.com.  To understand the academic guidelines established for all potential Division I & II student-athletes use this informational site.

For potential NAIA student-athletes please refer to PlayNAIA.org.