Many state colleges and universities offer accredited pre-college and home school programs.
These are of particular interest to those students who plan to also attend one of these colleges after homeschooling
Indiana University High School Course & Diploma Programs
Fully accredited, the Indiana University High School Diploma Home School Program offers more than 100 distance education courses. Course outlines available.
Texas Tech University K-12
Elementary through High School courses. Enroll any time. Take exam if you want credits. Accredited. Discounted rate for those affected by Hurricane Harvey and living in Texas.
University of Missouri Center for Distance and Independent Study
Offers a fully accredited four-year high school diploma. They also offer Elementary/Middle School courses grades 3-8 in Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts. A gifted program and a dual enrollment program.
University of Wisconsin Independent Learning
Offers a variety of credited high school courses, some online. Select Credit Type, High School, then view the course descriptions of all of our Home School Program courses.
University of Texas, Austin, High School Diploma Program
This program is fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency and provides a quality curriculum of over 45 courses.
Berkeley Pre-College Program
Get involved through Berkeley courses, co-curricular activities, and workshops planned just for you. Take advantage of everything campus has to offer, while simultaneously earning college credit.
Brown University Pre-College Programs
Talented students from around the world choose Brown University Pre-College Programs to prepare for success, and experience the challenge of college-level academics. A summer program.
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California College of the Arts Pre-College Program
CCA’s Pre-College Program is an exciting opportunity for high school students to study art, architecture, design, or creative writing in an art-school setting.
Carnegie Mellon University Pre-College Program
Our summer Pre-College programs will show you what life at Carnegie Mellon is all about – from the classroom to what’s happening on weekends. You’ll meet people from all over the world, be inspired by our world-renowned faculty, take part in the excitement of campus and have the opportunity to explore the city of Pittsburgh.
George Washington University Pre-College Program
In Washington DC. Learn more about our summer programs for high school students.
Harvard Pre-College Program
As a rising high school junior or senior participating in our noncredit residential program, you spend two weeks living and learning at Harvard.
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O.S.U. Precollege Programs
Oregon State offers Academic programs… providing a pipeline to higher education. Youth camps…offering opportunities to enhance physical and mental well-being.
Penn Summer High School Programs
Penn Summer High School Programs, open to residential and commuting students, offer an outstanding academic challenge. Our programs are built around courses taught by Penn faculty, scholars, and distinguished outside experts.
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes
Three-week and four-week residential programs for academically talented and motivated high school students. The Summer Institutes provide an opportunity for these students to enrich and accelerate their academic pursuits and to meet other students who share their interests and abilities.
University of Notre Dame Pre-College Programs
As a Summer Scholar or a participant in the Notre Dame Leadership Seminars, you’ll have access to the Grotto, the Golden Dome, the hallowed halls. Or if you go abroad with us to Rome in our Study Abroad program, you’ll have access to the riches of the Eternal City. You’ll spend a summer living, learning, and serving as a Notre Dame student. You’ll spend a summer preparing to lead a life for the greater good.