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Earn a High School Diploma while Preparing for Your Career

Independence Career Online High School is an accredited, online career high school where you earn both a Career Certificate and your High School Diploma. We give you the flexibility to work on your courses when it is most convenient for you. We are dedicated to supporting our students every step of the way. Our qualified, certified instructors are available when you need academic help.

Gain the Education and Training You Need

Earn a diploma while preparing for your career. In addition to earning a credentialed certificate, we help you create a career portfolio. That means you graduate with the tools to go out and look for a better job.

Learn more about the Professional Skills Development Certificate now!

Earn Your Tools for the Future:

  • High School Diploma
  • Professional Skills Development Certificate
  • Career Portfolio with Resume and cover letters
  • Job prep and completed certificate coursework

Enroll Now. Your future starts today!

Join a Highly Supportive Community

Academic, career, technical, and overall support…
We’ve got you covered!

  • Academic coach works one-on-one with you
  • Certified teachers provide academic support
  • Career mentoring and preparation
  • Technical support

Not sure how online high school works?
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Don’t have a high school diploma?

People who do not complete high school lose approximately $630,000 in income over a lifetime, compared to people with at least a high school diploma.*

It’s not too late. Enroll today!


*The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that dropouts bring in just $20,241 annually, which is $10,000 less than high school graduates and over $36,000 less than a person holding a bachelor’s degree. The poverty rate for dropouts is over twice as high as college grads, and the unemployment rate for dropouts is generally 4 percentage points higher than the national average. In the end, the lifetime earnings of high school dropouts are $260,000 LESS than peers who earn a diploma.

http://nces.ed.gov/fastfacts/display.asp?id=77