Four-Year Program

Strong foundation to enter competitive colleges and universities

GWIS High School Programs are designed to help prepare a student who is 14 years of age (recommended age) and older for college or the job market and to provide an official transcript that can be used to apply to colleges and universities, or may be used as proof of high school completion for potential employers.

A student may choose between two high school programs, the Standard Program or the Advanced Program. Each program requires the student to complete 24.0 credit hours; most of the required courses are worth 0.5 credit hour.

 
Requirements

Requirements

In order to successfully complete a high school program, student must complete a minimum of 3.0 credit hours (six courses) through the GWIS High School Program, regardless of the number of credits earned at other schools.  Students are expected to take courses through the GWIS High School Program unless they have received previous approval from the High School Administrator. Although each program is designed to be a four-year course of study, students may complete the requirements in less time. High school credits that a student earned from other schools, which are accredited by legitimate accrediting agencies, are generally transferable and may be applied toward meeting program requirements.

How to get started

How to get started

When the GWIS High School Programs Department has received the application form, fee, and transcripts, it will take a minimum of three weeks, depending on volume, to evaluate the student’s transcript(s). When accepted to a program, the student will receive a welcome letter and a student progress record (SPR). The student progress record shows the credits the student has already earned and the credits needed in order to meet the program requirements. Students can look online to see a list of courses that will satisfy the missing requirements. Once the student is accepted into a program, only GWIS High School Program courses will be applied toward completion.

Apply

Apply

Complete the online application. Contact all accredited institutions the student has attended and request that they send his or her transcripts, with seal and signature, to the address below. Faxed transcripts will not be accepted. Mail application materials to GWIS High School Programs, 5764 N. Orange Blossom Trail, Suite #201, Orlando, FL  32810.
Online Application

Standard High School Program

The Standard Program is a traditional high school program that satisfies basic high school requirements for admission to most colleges. It also prepares the student to take the ACT or SAT exams.

Advanced High School Program

The High School Advanced Program is more strenuous than the Standard Program in order to better prepare the student to enter competitive colleges or universities. It also prepares the student to take the ACT or SAT exams.