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Online High School Diploma

In addition to individual online courses, MU High School offers a fully accredited online high school diploma. MU High’s online high school diploma provides a flexible and affordable option for those seeking an alternative accredited diploma to traditional high school attendance.

Earning your online high school diploma can open up a world of new opportunities. Your high school diploma can qualify you for new career fields and higher earning potential. You may choose to go to college — colleges around the country have accepted MU High School graduates.

Learn more about some of the collegiate destinations of our graduates and meet some MU High students!

MU High School students achieve top scores on college entrance exams

The ACT test assesses students' general educational development and ability to complete college coursework. ACT has established the following as college readiness benchmark scores for designated college courses:
English Composition - 18 on English Test, Algebra - 22 on Mathematics Test, Social Science - 22 on Reading Test, Biology - 23 on Science Test.

MU High School's online students in the class of 2013 averaged a composite score of 25 on the college prep exam, more than three points above the state average, 21.6. MU High School students who took online high school classes scored an average of 27.0 in reading, 25.5 in English, 23.4 in math, and 23.5 in science.

MU High School's Online High School Diploma Requirements

Specific credits are required to receive an online accredited high school diploma from our high school that meet the minimum requirements established by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for public schools in the state.

An Accredited Online High School Diploma

A high school diploma opens the door to new opportunities. Earning an accredited distance learning diploma ensures that your high school diploma will be respected by potential colleges and employers. MU High School is accredited by AdvancED and the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement.