U.S. High School Diploma Program

The U.S. High School Diploma Program grants you credit courses and qualified U.S. hgih school diploma which enables you to apply for your college!  This page will guide you through an overview of how credits work, the different types of credits available, and the benefits of earning credits. Get ready to unlock a world of opportunities!

Now we accept 6-12th Grade students.

What is High School Courses For Credits?

Online Credit Programs, Facilitating Credit Makeup, Recovery, and Diverse Educational Goals. Since 2014, 58%+ of California high school students took online courses. Admissions officers at top global colleges value online-educated students for self-directed learning, time management, and knowledge thirst.


Through online credit programs, students gain flexibility, supplementing unavailable subjects for credit requirements. Engaging in AP courses and achieving a 5.0 GPA enhances overall GPA, building a robust academic foundation for competitive college applications.

GPA is a crucial part in the undergraduate application process and cannot be replaced by other factors such as standardized tests.

As Joyce E, Smith, the CEO of National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) stated in his report: “We found that achieving good grades in challenging courses (rigorous curriculum) is of great importance to college admissions off icers when reviewing applications.”

GPA is Grade Point Average. The full score GPA of general courses in the United States is 4.0, the grade level is divided into: A=4.0, B=3.0, C=2.0, D=1.0. Advanced level courses like AP courses, the full score of GPA is 5.0.

What is Dual Credit Program?

Intended for you

Given your current school situation, this course is well-suited for you:

High School Courses For Credits process

G10: learn 2-3 AP courses

G11: learn 2-3 AP courses

Before G11 summer: get U.S high school transcript

G11 summer: confirm if U.S high school diploma is needed

G12 October: apply for university to get official transcript

G12 November: U.S. EA/ED application deadline

G12 Januray: U.S. RD application deadline

G12 December to April: offers release

Available High School Courses For Credits offerings

  • English 9 (I)
  • Honors English 9
  • English 10 (II)
  • Honors English 10
  • English 11 (III)
  • American Literature
  • English 12 (IV)
  • British Literature
  • AP English
  •  Language and Composition
  • AP English Literature and Composition
  • Algebra I
  • Algebra II
  • Geometry
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Statistics
  • AP Pre-Calculus
  • Honors Algebra I
  • Honors Algebra II
  • Honors Geometry
  • Honors Pre-Calculus
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Calculus BC
  • AP Statistics
  • Physics
  • Honors Physics
  • Biology
  • Honors Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Honors Chemistry
  • AP Physics 2: Algebra-Based
  • AP Physics C:Mechanics
  • AP Physics C:Electricity and Magnetism
  • AP Biology
  • AP Environmental Science
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Physics 1: Algebra-Based For
  • United States History
  • World History(Since 1450)
  • World Geography
  • United States Government and Politics
  • Psychology
  • Economics
  • Honors United States History
  • Honors United States History since the Civil War
  • Honors World History
  • Honors United States Government and Politics
  • Honors Economics
  • AP United States History
  • AP World History:Modern
  • AP European History
  • AP Human Geography
  • AP United States Government and Politics
  • AP Comparative Government and Politics
  • AP Psychology
  • AP Microeconomics
  • AP Macroeconomics
  • AP Music Theory
  • Music Appreciation: The Enjoyment of Listening
  • 2-D Art and Design
  • 2-D Art and Design
  • AP Art History
  • Art History and Appreciation
  • French 1
  • French 2
  • French 3
  • French 4
  • AP French Language and Culture
  • Spanish 1
  • Spanish 2
  • Spanish 3
  • AP Spanish Literature and Culture
  • AP Spanish Language and Culture
  • Latin 1
  • Latin 2
  • Latin III
  • AP Latin
  • Chinese 1
  • Chinese 2
  • AP Chinese Language and Culture
  • German 1
  • German 2
  • AP German Language and Culture
  • Japanese 1
  • Japanese 2
  • AP Japanese Language and Culture
  • Intro to Java
  • Computer Science
  • AP Computer Science A
  • AP Computer Science P

Chart Your Course with High School Credits

Get Ahead

Earning credits allows you to graduate early giving yo a head start on college or you desired career

Stand Out

Colleges and employers value students who challenge themselves and take on rigorous credit programs.

Explore Interests

Take advantage of a wide range of course options to discover your passions and potential career paths. Explore diverse subjects such as mathematics, sciences, literature, history, foreign languages, and even specialized courses like coding or art.


Students looking to supplement their traditional high school education with additional courses or seeking a flexible learning environment due to various reasons like health concerns. scheduling conflicts, or specific learning needs.


The Western Association of Schools and Colleges

WASC is a non-prof it, non-governmental organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to set the standard for higher quality education in the West United States. 

AdvancED (Cognia)

AdvancED is a global education accreditation community and the high school accreditation institution. Its education quality accreditation is regarded as the gold standard for the world’s top education. The accreditation is a rigorous evaluation of schools based on over 60 criteria, including teaching philosophy, class schedule, faculty, teaching management and operational management. 

National Association of Private Schools

NAPS is a national accrediting organization for private schools. The organization uses rigorous criteria for accreditation and dedicates to improving the quality of private school education. 

UC A-G Curriculum

UC A-G Curriculum, the core curriculum of California high schools in the United States, is a systematic and rigorous curriculum. The system is referred to and recognized by all universities throughout the United States, and is also known as the benchmark of the U.S. university system. 

College Board

College Board is the off icial organization for AP courses and exams such as SAT and PSAT. It is responsible for approving high schools to offer AP courses. Transcripts and credits earned are widely recognized only if the AP course is taken with College Board accredited schools. 

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