Indiana University High School is a distance education program serving the academic needs of high school students and adult learners around the world.
Students in the program can take individual online courses, or earn a complete diploma from Indiana University High School.
Indiana University High School serves the needs of students who—for whatever reason—want or need an alternative to a brick-and-mortar school. It also works with other educational providers to expand opportunities for students.
Students and their families choose Indiana University High School for the quality of its courses, instructors, and advisors, and because of Indiana University's reputation.
Indiana University High School is administered by the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education. The experienced IU High School staff includes a director and associate director, academic counselors, a recorder, and a full complement of licensed and certified instructors.
Students come from diverse backgrounds and have a variety of needs. They include adults, public school students, homeschoolers, performers, athletes, students with disabilities, military personnel and their families, gifted students, home-bound students, and many more.
Indiana University has provided high school distance education courses since 1925. The IUHS diploma program was created in 1999.
Students can register for courses or apply to the IUHS diploma program at any time of the year.
Indiana University High School's administrative offices are located on the Indiana University campus in Bloomington.
Students include many Hoosiers—as well as students from across the United States and in 35 countries—who complete courses annually.