CompuHigh

CompuHigh, founded in 1994, bills itself as the world’s first online high school. It offers 38 courses in a variety of humanities and sciences as well as physical education that can be taken independently or as a full diploma program for students in grades nine through 12. Adults over 21 may pursue a high school diploma by combining previous high school credit with up to five credits of “life experience” and a selection of CompuHigh courses.

The nationally accredited diploma program operates under the name Whitmore School, which offers two diploma tracks: General Studies (18 credits to graduate) and College Prep (22 credits to graduate). The school also offers summer school credits for those who need them and a credit recovery program.

CompuHigh Review

Fee Structure: By the program
Tuition Cost: Varies by grade level and choices
Student Type: Teens and adults
Offers Diploma: Yes
Year Founded: 1994
Accredited: Yes
Accreditation: Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation (CITA), North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA-CASI), Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

About CompuHigh

CompuHigh provides its students with year-round online high school courses. Students may enroll in these courses at any point during the year, and they may start taking classes immediately. The school offers individual and diploma programs that are accredited by a number of reputable organizations

The online diploma program, led by CompuHigh, is called Whitmore School. The transcripts and diplomas issued by CompuHigh are accepted by universities and colleges all across the country. Because all of the coursework is online, a student does not have to worry about purchasing additional textbooks or materials. Each student is allowed to work at his or her own pace.

Because the school is online, it is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Each course has a teacher who is readily available to work with students on a one on one basis. Each of the school’s courses are based on the student achieving mastery in the subject at hand.

CompuHigh Accreditation

CompuHigh is accredited by CITA (Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation), NCA-CASI (North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement), and SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools).

The school’s accreditations are also recognized by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in California. Additionally, NCA-CASI and SACS are recognized by the United States Department of Education. CompuHigh is also an approved NCAA core course provider.

CompuHigh Programs

There are two different diplomas available through CompuHigh: one for general studies and one for college preparatory. Both teenagers and adults are welcome, and they may earn their diploma at any age.

CompuHigh Admissions

CompuHigh enrolls students year-round with no prerequisites. Enrollment forms must be sent in by regular mail; once processed, students can typically start studying within 24 hours. The school accepts transfer credits earned at other schools, although the amount of credit varies depending on the course and accreditation. For more information on the school’s admission requirements, contact CompuHigh directly.

Toll-free Number: 866-859-0777
Phone: 304-983-2433
Fax: 866-870-0684
Website: www.compuhigh.com

CompuHigh Tuition Cost

Tuition for the diploma program (General Studies or College Prep) is $985 per year, which covers up to eight credits. The school’s “Diploma Plus” program, which offers such additional services as educational counseling and weekly progress reports for parents, costs $1,485 per year. Individual courses at CompuHigh are $275 each. Tuition for the adult education program is a flat fee of $985. Students in the diploma and adult programs may pay in three consecutive installments. There are no textbooks or other expenses to factor in.

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