The flexible Indiana University High School diploma program combines an accredited curriculum, experienced instructors, and the opportunity to go on to a great university.
With Indiana University High School, homeschoolers and their families can choose from more than 100 courses based around the Indiana Department of Education’s subject area standards. Our course work is developed by licensed high school teachers and is fully accredited.
Even though they’re learning from home, IUHS students still develop close relationships with their teachers. Our licensed, certified instructors are ready to provide personalized guidance and feedback via phone or e-mail whenever you need it.
IUHS makes it easy to get a high-quality education that prepares students for college-level study. In fact, IUHS graduates have been accepted at more than 100 colleges and universities, from the Big Ten to the Ivy League.
IUHS is for homeschoolers!
As a group, homeschoolers make up a large part of the IUHS student population. As individuals, they have different needs—and IUHS is flexible enough to fit them. Whether you are a gifted learner looking for bigger challenges or a student whose experiences don’t fit within a traditional classroom, we can help you create the program that’s right for you.
Class of 2008
The flexibility of my studies with Indiana University High School provided me the opportunity to do a lot of things that other kids my age couldn't—including volunteering more than 225 hours for Congressman Baron Hill's campaign, and taking two months off to travel to Minnesota and Ohio for Senator Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. My experiences definitely gave me a leg up when I decided to pursue a degree in political science at American University in Washington, D.C..
- I want to take extra classes for high school credit.
- I want to earn college credit in high school.
- I want to earn my diploma as a homeschooler.
- I want to earn my diploma as a training athlete or performer.
- I want to earn my dpiloma outside a traditional high school setting.
- I want to get a consistent education while my military family travels.
- I want to complete my high school education.
- I want to earn a diploma from an accredited U. S. school.
- I want to offer my students more options.