Many high schools will accept college credit in place of high school credit. If you want your college course to count as high school credit, have your principal (or mom/dad, if you’re homeschooled) talk with us. It’s ultimately their choice whether to allow our classes to fulfill your high school requirements.
- Courses are taught at the college level.
- Regional accreditation makes courses transferable to other colleges.
- Courses may be counted toward high school graduation requirements upon approval by your school.
- Our recommendation is to give one-half unit of high school credit for one- or two-credit college courses and one unit of high school credit for three- or four-credit courses. However, the assignment of high school credit rests solely with the high school administration.
How much could I save by starting college early?
Maranatha Online offers a 50% off tuition scholarship to high school juniors and seniors. If students begin taking courses during their junior year of high school, they could complete a year of college during high school.
What classes should I take?
Here are a few suggested high school/ college course equivalents.
|Maranatha Online Course||Substitutes for High School Course|
|English Composition 1||Junior English|
|English Composition 2||Senior English|
|Fundamentals of Public Speaking||Speech|
|US History 1 & US History 2||Honors U.S. History (or two elective credits)|
|National Government||American Government|
|College Math||Third Math Credit|
|Calculus 1 (16 week)||Calculus|
|College Algebra||Algebra II|
|Concepts in Chemistry||Chemistry|
|Concepts of Physics||Physics|
|Old Testament Survey||Junior/Senior Bible|
|New Testament Survey|
|Music Appreciation||Elective Half Credits|
|Intro to Music Technology|
|Personal and Community Health|
|Computer Applications Seminar|
Contact the Maranatha Online office for advising if you wish to complete a year of college in high school.