You earn a dual diploma when you complete high school in your home country and earn six credits with a U.S. high school. Take six online classes with our academic delivery partner to get the six credits you need while attending high school at home. When you graduate, you’ll be awarded two diplomas.
You can earn six online credits over one, two, or three years. Opt to study during the academic year or the summer break. Classes are asynchronous, so you can start when you want to and learn at the right pace for you. Of course, you’ll still interact with teachers and classmates, so look forward to live sessions twice a month in your core classes.
Some of the classes you take are mandatory, including US History and English. But you will also choose electives, classes in fascinating topics that aren’t available at most high schools. Deepening your knowledge in subjects that interest you will be fun and possibly inform what you study after high school.
Our partner school, Thornton Academy, is one of our partners for our online U.S. High School Diploma programs. Founded in 1811, the prestigious boarding high school has a long history of excellence. Today, it’s fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. And it’s one of only four Apple Distinguished Schools in recognition of its world-class use of educational technology. Thornton Academy welcomes 1,600 students to its beautiful campus each year and many more global students like you to its renowned digital programs.
Founded in 1855, our partner school, Wayland Academy, is ranked in the top 5 for best boarding schools, best college prep high schools, and best private schools in Wisconsin. The school is recognized among the 2022 Best Schools in America by Niche. Located in the mid-western state of Wisconsin, Wayland Academy is an independent, coed college prep school for boarding and day students. The small school environment offers students hands-on individual attention. Both the on-campus and online academic program features an array of courses and AP offerings.