High School

High School Requirements
in Colorado

Classes & Programs

Dual Enrollment

Graduation Ceremonies,
Supplies, & Diplomas

Military

College Links

Transcripts

Testing


 

High School Requirements in CO

Each high school in the state sets their own standards for graduation. There are no state requirements. Because you are overseeing your child’s education, you set the requirements and when your child has met your requirements, you graduate them – you sign the diploma (do not panic, it is no different than a private school issuing and signing a diploma). We recommend that you determine the requirements for your child according to what they want to do after high-school. If they want to go to college, look online at the college they might be interested in (or a state college if you aren’t sure), and plan your high school curriculum around what it takes to get admitted to that college. If they do not plan to go to college, you can set your own requirements, but it should be approximately 6 – 7 classes per year.  


Classes & Programs

    CHESS
    www.coloradoheritage.org | coloradoheritage@msn.com

     

    CollegePlus!
    www.collegeplus.org

    CollegePlus! is a revolutionary Christian based distance learning program helping students earn their fully accredited bachelor’s degree in a fraction of the time and cost of the traditional university system.

     

    Crossroads Christin Academy
    www.ccahomeschool.com | cca_homeschool@outlook.com | 303-220-9067

    CCA assists you in completing your call to homeschool through high school. We believe it is the right and responsibility of the parents to educate their child, and we are simply a resource to that end. We are a co-op offering free and fee-based classes. Students can take one or more classes on Mondays and Thursdays at our location near Broadway and C-470, and work at home the other three days. Please see our website for a list of classes. We also provide transcript assistance, service activities, and a graduation ceremony. Our students, families, and teachers love God and want to welcome your student into our community.

     

    Rock Solid High School
    www.rocksolidhighschool.org | dslkem@gmail.com | 303-797-1005

    Rock Solid-a homeschool high school, is an option for your family if you are interested in a challenging yet rewarding experience for your student, both academically and personally. We offer FULL AND PART TIME classes on campus Tuesdays and Fridays, working at home the other three days of the week. We offer the option of transcripts, diplomas, college guidance and a very memorable graduation ceremony. RSHS also ofers optional enrichment trip opportunities for each class to Id-Ra-Ha-Je, Costa Rica/Mexico mission trips, Summit Ministries and Washington DC. These trips have proven to be a favorite part of the high school experience for our students as they grow in their core foundation of striving to honor the Lord.

 

Dual Enrollment

If you are dual enrolling – doing high school and college during the high school years – here are the contacts for these Community Colleges:

 

Graduation Ceremonies, Supplies, & Diplomas

 

Military

There have been some recent improvements in the way homeschoolers are treated when looking at a military career. Current military policy requires homeschool graduates to be treated just like any other high school grad. In January, 2006 President Bush signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act that requires all four branches of the Armed Forces to institute a uniform recruitment policy for homeschool graduates that included an exemption for homeschool graduates from any requirement to have a secondary school diploma or a GED (which suggests the student dropped out of high school). However, sometimes receiving fair treatment still comes down to case-by-case interaction with individual recruiters. For homeschool grads who have already taken one or more semesters of college, high school status should not be an issue at all.

HSLDA members who encounter discrimination in the enlistment process should contact HSLDA’s legal department immediately to resolve the problem.

 

College Links