Supplementary & Individual Courses Online
You don’t have to be a full time student to take classes online. Park City Independent offers quality accredited online courses for high school and middle school students on an individual class basis. Taking individual high school courses through Park City Independent offers the ability to study anytime, from anywhere, and at your own pace. Our curriculum is fully accredited by Cognia, so the classes you take with Park City Independent will transfer throughout the United States.
The courses you take at Park City Independent can be used to fill in holes in your graduation requirements, and even increase your cumulative GPA. There’s no minimum number of courses you are required to take, so you can take as many or as few as you’d like.
Individual High School Courses
Take individual high school classes online to supplement your regular schooling. If your high school doesn’t offer a course, try taking it from Park City Independent. We can work closely with your high school guidance counselors to determine which classes you need to take in order to graduate.
Individual Middle School Courses
Our middle school homeschooling program was designed to help students prepare for high school. If your student is struggling with a difficult subject, enroll them in a class with the Park City Independent online middle school and help them succeed.
Credit Recovery for High School Classes
If you’ve taken a high school class but weren’t able to receive credit because you didn’t complete it or failed, our program is the perfect solution to recovering that credit. Using what you already know about the subject, you can speed through the beginning of the course and focus on learning only the new material.
Improve Your GPA with Supplementary Courses
Did you know that you can increase your GPA by taking classes online? The grades you receive from Park City Independent can be added to the grades already on your transcript. Our admissions staff can help you decide which classes to retake and which classes are still needed.