Join over 60,000 online high school students and adult learners choosing to earn their high school diploma on their own terms with Penn Foster High School.
Our high school diploma programs are affordable, flexible, and supportive for all types of learners, from adults and homeschoolers,¹ to student athletes and those who are college-bound. A regionally and nationally accredited diploma can help you prepare to enter the workforce or continue your training in a career or apply to college.²
A Customized High School Designed For You:
To receive transfer credits, an official transcript from an accredited institution recognized by Penn Foster must be submitted for evaluation. Transfer credits will be awarded for comparable High School subjects where a full credit has been earned. Since High School programs vary, only an evaluation by Penn Foster will determine the actual number of transfer credits to be awarded. The maximum number of transfer credits allowed is 16.
¹ Homeschooling Requirements: Penn Foster High School students who are of compulsory age must also comply with home school requirements dictated by their school district, or those students will be considered truant. You need to check the requirements of your district to ensure the Penn Foster High School Program meets the district's home school requirements.
² Remember, colleges have a variety of entry requirements, and not all colleges recognize all high school diplomas.