How can your school offer high school classes through Penn Foster?
Individual students should enroll in Penn Foster high school classes by having a parent or guardian call our dedicated team at 1-800-961-6407. If you are interested in sponsoring student enrollments at a school or district level, you can reach out to discuss partnership options at 1-800-961-6407.
What support does Penn Foster offer to schools and districts that enroll students in our high school classes?
Our dedicated staff will handle transfer credit and enrollment documentation including documentation to verify enrollment according to state requirements.
How can I find out more information about working with Penn Foster?
If you’re interested in offering credit recovery, summer classes, or dropout retrieval solutions in your school district, you can reach out to our dedicated team at 1-800-961-6407.
Does Penn Foster offer NCAA-approved courses?
Penn Foster’s general high school diploma is flexible enough to meet every student’s unique needs and schedules. Looking for courses registered with the NCAA? Learn more about the courses offered by Penn Foster’s partner school, James Madison High School, by calling 1-800-961-6407.
Can students enroll in college after graduating from Penn Foster High School?
Penn Foster High School is an accredited program that allows students to earn a recognized high school diploma. However, acceptance of a high school diploma can vary based on the college or university. No form of accreditation can guarantee that any learning institution or employer will accept the high school diploma. We recommend checking with colleges and universities your student is interested in attending to verify they accept the Penn Foster High School diploma before enrolling into the program. For a list of schools that Penn Foster graduates have been accepted to, click here.