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Get More From Your Online High School
- Quality courses: MU High School is recognized for high quality, award-winning courses and student services.
- Affordable online courses: MU High School courses cost less than many other providers'.
- Public & private schools: Students can take online classes while still attending a traditional high school.
- Dual enrollment & AP®: Juniors and seniors can meet graduation requirements AND earn college credit.
- Homeschool families: Students can earn a fully accredited diploma online; our graduates are accepted to colleges and universities all over.
- College admissions: MU High school credit transfers wherever an accredited diploma is accepted. Yes, even to Ivy League schools and military academies!
- Trusted accreditation: MU High School is accredited by AdvancED and the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement.
Course Delivery Options
- Are open for enrollment any day of the year.
- Can be completed in as few as six weeks or take up to nine months to finish.
- Have specific start and stop dates.
- Include discussions with instructor and classmates.
- Require due dates for assignments throughout the semester.
Enrollment for fall semester courses begins in May; spring semester course enrollments begin in October.
Costs per course
High School Courses: $165.00 per half unit
High School Semester Courses: $200.00 per half unit
Middle School and Elementary Courses: $165.00 per part
Administrative Fee: High School, Middle and Elementary School courses require a nonrefundable $25.00 administrative fee.
Dual enrollment courses require students to pay full University of Missouri tuition, including nonresident fees for those students not residing in Missouri. Nonresident fees apply to college level courses only. For details on current college level course fees, please see the MU Office of the Cashiers page.
If you enrolled in 6 half credit courses each for the 2 semesters in a typical school year, that would be 12 courses altogether. The overall price would likely be in the neighborhood of $2,300-$2,500 per year, depending on textbooks.