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 or dad, if you’re homeschooled) talk with us. It’s their choice whether to allow you to count the course as dual enrollment.
- 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.