Allows you to access the benefits of learning from a certified teacher while maintaining a flexible schedule.
As a BYU Online High School Adult student, you have the freedom to create your own schedule, rather than following a structured schedule established by the school. This enables you to:
Each 0.5 credit hour (one semester) course is designed to be completed in approximately 80–90 hours of study with typical semester running 16–18 weeks as illustrated below:
60–80 mins X 5 days/week = 16–18 weeks
The Adult Enrollment program follows the standard course track and can be customized to suit your needs by working with your school counselor.
The first step only takes a few mins.
Students complete the required 24.0 credit hours, which can include credit earned previously, but must take a minimum of 25% of their credits through BYU Online High School to earn a BYU OHS diploma. These credits may be split between the junior and senior year. Students must be enrolled in the semester in which they intend to graduate.
The length of time depends on how many courses you need to fulfill the required 24.0 credit hours and how long you take to complete those courses. High school credits earned from legitimately accredited schools are generally transferable.
Yes, we are accredited by Cognia and the Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS). Many BYU OHS courses are also approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Our team of experienced tutors is available to help your student with coursework for no additional cost. Learn more about the BYU Student Success Center.
No. Our online high school courses are secular in nature and open to everyone.
Courses (0.5 credit) are currently either $199 or $299 each, not counting books or materials. The total cost will depend on how many credits you need to complete to meet program requirements (24.0 to 28.0 credits for a BYU Online High School diploma).
A transcript is normally required for college admission, whereas a diploma is not. When you graduate, you will be awarded both a transcript and an adult education diploma from BYU Online High School. The diploma also verifies that Adult Education students have passed the TABE. To request a transcript of all BYU coursework, visit the BYU Independent Study Transcripts page.
Students who are 18 years old and are unable to attend a local school may begin taking courses in the Standard or Advanced Track and later transition into Adult Education.
Some courses require books and other materials that are not included in tuition. See individual courses for more details.
|A non-refundable enrollment fee is required annually.
|A graduation fee will be required for all Seniors planning to graduate this school year.
Exam Retakes and Course Extensions
|Applies to Flex and Adult students only.
|See BYU Independent Study's Tuition and Fees policy.
Semester students: email@example.com
Flex and Adult students: firstname.lastname@example.org
See BYU Independent Study's Transcript Fees.
We have every option to suit your virtual learning needs.