UNHS Welcomes Homeschool Families

Through the University of Nebraska High School, students can take single courses as needed to supplement their at-home curriculum or earn an accredited UNHS diploma. Our college preparatory curriculum helps students meet college entrance requirements, and it teaches them the skills they need to be successful during college. View our graduation requirements.


How do homeschool students transfer credits to UNHS?

Homeschool students wanting to earn a UNHS diploma will need to transfer in their existing credits. Credits earned at accredited secondary schools will be evaluated as they equate to the UNHS credit hours system. Students transferring credits from a non-accredited school or a homeschool must provide an official transcript and take the California Achievement Test (CAT) to validate their credits (Use code "UNHS" to ensure results are automatically submitted to us).


Decades of Advising Experience

Academic advisers Ray Henning, Rick Weatherholt, and Susan Townsend bring a wealth of experience to UNHS. They can work with your homeschool family to offer excellent guidance throughout a student's educational journey by providing course selection recommendations, NCAA eligibility information, general academic success strategies, and more. 

Learn more about UNHS advising services

Advantages of UNHS For Homeschool Families

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What other homeschool families are saying...

From students in frequently mobile families due to parental job obligations, to highly active youth in local organizations such as 4-H, UNHS offers more than 100 core, elective, AP® and dual enrollment courses online.

Our program offers open enrollment combined with self-paced study that allows students to complete courses in as few as 5 weeks or as many as 52 weeks, making UNHS courses ideal for homeschool.

Read more UNHS student stories here.