Penn Foster High School
Penn Foster High School
정규 과정 과목을 배우고 수료하게 되면, 미국 Penn Foster 고등학교의 졸업증(학위)를 받게 됩니다.
본 프로그램은 검정 고시 과정이 아닌, 일반 고등학교 졸업을 목표로 하는 학생을 위한 프로그램 입니다.
수업은 오후 7시부터 2 시간 수업이 진행되며, 월요일부터 금요일까지 진행 됩니다.
사용되는 교재는 Penn Foster 고등학교의 정식 교제를 사용하여, 진행 합니다
Q. How long does the high school program take to complete?
A. Completion times vary depending on the student and how many hours you can commit to studying each week. A student who begins Penn Foster High School with no transferred credits but is studying frequently can complete the program in about 9 months. Because our program is self-paced, you can complete the program faster than average if you have the time to commit!
Q. What is a virtual high school and how does online school work?
A. A virtual high school offers the community and education that can be found in a traditional brick and mortar setting from the comfort of your home. Whether you're homeschooling a student or finishing your own diploma, the high school courses follow the state guidelines and accreditation requirements so you're taking classes that align with current standards. Penn Foster's online high school program is self-paced, with no deadlines. Coursework and assignments can be completed around the student's schedule and at the learning pace that is appropriate for them. Students can begin studying as soon as their enrollment is processed and completed.
Q. Do you offer any AP (Advanced Placement) courses for the High School diploma?
A. The Penn Foster High School curriculum was designed to meet the minimum standards required by the Pennsylvania State Board of Private Licensed Schools, which does not require AP courses. However, individual AP courses are available. View more details on individual courses to find out more.
Q. What is the format of high school exams?
A. Exam format and length are at the discretion of the instructor. Typically, exams will be either multiple choice or short essays. Multiple-choice exams are generally in the range of 25 questions, but again this is up to the discretion of the instructor.
Q. If I fail a high school class, do I have the opportunity to retake it?
A. Yes, students may retake a failed course. The cost of re-taking a core course is $25.00, and the cost of re-taking an elective is $50.00.
Q. What is the difference between a high school diploma and a GED?
A. A high school diploma generally represents 12 years of completed schooling and proficiency in core subjects as required by that state. The General Educational Development test (GED) is a content-based test that measures high school knowledge in five specific areas.
Q. Do you offer a GED?
A. Penn Foster does not offer a GED. We offer a regionally and nationally accredited high school diploma.
Q. How do you graduate from an online high school program?
A. When you've completed and passed your academic work and tuition has been paid in full, students will receive their official high school diploma and a sealed copy of their official transcripts in the mail usually within 3-6 weeks.
Q. Why doesn't every college or university accept Penn Foster High School’s diploma?
A. Acceptance of a high school diploma can vary based on the college or university. No form of accreditation can guarantee that any learning institution or employer will accept the high school diploma.