Earn College Credit

UNHS is proud to partner with the University of Nebraska at Omaha to offer students the opportunity to earn college credit for UNHS courses.

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Dual Enrollment

Accredited

UNHS is accredited by state, national & international agencies. Core courses are NCAA-approved. Credits transfer to other schools & our diploma is accepted by colleges & universities worldwide.
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Flexible & Online

We offer 24/7 access, accept enrollments any time of year & provide 5 to 52 weeks for course completion.

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Chloe Sutton working on an online course with ISHS

Learn More: Watch Our Videos

Learn about our high school from the students, parents and educators who use it. Several video testimonials are available from various perspectives to show you the quality and flexibility of our program. Video-Testimonials

News & Events

"Voice" eNewsletter for students & parents — February 2015 is now available. In this eNews issue: Try something new this spring; Register for dual enrollment by 3/15; Keep a portfolio of your work; Redesigned PSATs and SAT coming soon; and much more. Read the issue >
Empowering Students for Work: Part II: Organization. In today's society students need to begin developing employment skills when they are in high school. Part II of this six-part series discusses the importance of establishing organization skills. Read more >
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Student Spotlight

Shane Linden
UNHS is "home" for recent grad

Shane Linden considers China and Wisconsin home, but with 37 UNHS courses completed, the University of Nebraska High School is, too.Learn More
Patrick Rugel
Launched into rocketry

Patrick Rugel was inspired at the age of 10 to build rockets—he's never looked back.Learn More
Laura Portrait
Academic excellence no matter the distance

UNHS student in South Africa becomes National Merit Semifinalist.Learn More
Kassi Abbott hockey goalie
Goal-focused student on and off the ice

“Hard work pays off!” This is the mantra Kassi Abbott and her hockey team live by, and it definitely shows.Learn More
Wescott Sharples
Student blogs about world travels

Wescott Sharples is enjoying a year-long trip around the world with his family, and no one back home is missing a beat thanks to the Sharples’ blog, Project Equator. Learn More
 
Diploma: Get Started
Diploma-Get-Started

Start by submitting an official transcript. Upon review, our academic adviser will provide a suggested course sequence.

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