Earn Your High School Diploma Online

Take the next step in your education and career.

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Over 12,500 adults have graduated from Career Online High School. Now, thanks to the Orange County Library System, you can, too.

The percentage of total costs for the PPLC-COHS-2021-22 project financed with federal money is 100%; the federal dollar amount spent on the project is $221,400. This project did not receive any state, local or nongovernmental funding. This project was funded under the provisions of the DLIS Florida American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida’s DLIS Florida ARPA program is administered by the Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.

Next Steps:

1. Choose a Career Path and enroll in Part 1: Prerequisite course.

2. Complete Part 1: Prerequisite course within 2 weeks.

3. Once completed, we will contact you to discuss next steps.

  • Am I Eligible?

    To be eligible, you must:

    • Be 19 years or older
    • Have an OCLS Library Resident card in good standing or be willing to apply for a library card
    • Have not passed the GED or have a high school diploma
    • Have completed 8th Grade
  • About the Program

    Time & Effort

    • Finish your first course in 2 weeks
    • Plan to spend 8–10 hours per week on your courses
    • Graduate in an average of 12–14 months
    • Take up to 18 months to graduate

    Transfer Credit

    You can transfer in credit from past schools, the GED®, or the HiSET® to graduate faster. We will show you how to request transcripts.

    Personalized Support

    We help you succeed with:

    • Dedicated academic coach
    • Support from certified instructors 
    • Technical help
    • Career guidance and support

    Accreditation

    Accredited by Cognia/NCA/SACS/NWAC

    Cognia accredited

    100% Online Flexiblity

    Complete your courses anywhere you are from a cell phone, tablet, laptop, or computer. See our Technology Requirements.

    What Courses Will I Take?

    (Skip any you have transfer credit for):

    • 4 Career Elective Courses
    • 4 English
    • 4 Social Studies & Health
    • 3 Math
    • 3 Science