More than Just Academics
for You with You
"They allowed me to make my own choices for myself - and I was very happy about that. They adapt to me; I don't adapt to them."
-Zack Dempster, Class of 2021
Education without Walls' high school program is designed to prepare students for post-secondary school success. Students engage in their own schedule creation and course choices, making necessary adjustments to schedules as the term progresses, fostering proactive introspection and self-advocacy.
Students with a 3.0 GPA or higher may choose to earn college credits while enrolled at Education without Walls. These are not AP or IB classes, but classes that offer one high school credit and three college credits for each completed course, achieved through the High School Academy program.
High School Academy
Dual College Credit Classes
Students, who have a 3.0 GPA or better, are afforded the opportunity to earn college credits. 30 college credits can translate into a Paralegal Certificate; 60 credits into an Associate's Degree in Accounting, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Legal Studies, or Marketing. These are credits completed with guided tutoring and counseling alongside other highly motivated peers in the community.
Terms last 8 Weeks
6 Terms per Calendar Year
Completed Classes Earn 1 High School Credit & 3 College Credits
Students May Enroll in up to 2 Classes Per Term
College Application Support
College, University, and Gap Year Program Suggestions
College Essay Writing Assistance & Editing
Transcript & School Information Uploads
Open-door Policy for Questions, Concerns, & Moral Support
Professional College Counseling Recommendations