tell the principle ur moving and u would like to do homeschooling..so then have ur high school mail out ur official transcripts to the online school u choose and from their they evaluate them so the credit u received in high school transfers to online so u won't have to do the same class..give the student representatives/student services of the online program a call and ask them what are the requirements..u have to make some reason up telling ur principle u are either sick or moving away..here this affordable, self pace, work in ur own inconvenience, open book exams, no dead lines.. 100% online school..if ur interested check it out..my cousin did it (ashworthcollege.edu) ..i don't know, is that what u ment?
I have zero idea what your question means...do you have to take online classes if you don't attend regular high school? Sure, that or home school as long as the program is accredited, you'll be fine.
Though I don't know if that's what you're asking.
Well I went to public high school for a day, then didn't want to go anymore, so my parents enrolled me in Penn Foster (It's an online high school). I had to show the high school proof that I was a student at Penn Foster.
Hope this helps.
I meant what do you have to do like who do you talk to about it to get enrolled to do online classes for your alternative instead of going to actual school. idk if that made any more sense than it did before ha
both:) and they don't require SAT scores or high school entrance exams..nope just ur grades..nothing else
is this for high school or college?