Sample pathways for the High School Completion Program
Sample pathways for progression to On Campus Plus at Marymount. Entry requirements for Year 1 degree vary by location.
The High School Completion Program gives students aged 16+ a head start in their path to a US degree.
The Program consists of a class-based Undergraduate Preparation Program plus academic subject modules. The academic modules are delivered via an online program in a monitored environment with a Kings facilitator.
The class-based Undergraduate Preparation Program is delivered in our centers in Boston at Pine Manor College, in New York at Concordia College and in Los Angeles at Marymount California University.
About Penn Foster High School
The syllabus is delivered in an exclusive association with Penn Foster High School (PFHS) — the largest accredited online High School in the world.
Penn Foster High School is accredited for Grades 9 to adult by the Commission on Secondary Schools of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. It is also accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC).
Penn Foster High School is licensed by the Pennsylvania State Board of Private Licensed Schools.
From Kings Life
Helen from China took the High School Completion Program at Kings New York, and tells us about her experience and future study plans.
Course structure and content
1. The University Preparation Program
15 hours per week class-based lessons. This intensive, class-based course includes intensive TOEFL preparation. It integrates with and prepares you for your degree program.
2. The Academic Syllabus
Approximately 10 hours per week of monitored structured study dependent on credits needed for program completion. This carries on from the point you have reached at your home high school.
Core courses (16.5 credits)
- Orientation (0.5 credits)
- Human Relations (1 credit)
- Reading Skills (1 credit)
- Basic English (1 credit)
- General Math (1 credit)
- Fitness and Nutrition (1 credit)
- American History (1 credit)
- Practical English (1 credit)
- Consumer Math (1 credit)
- Earth Science (1 credit)
- Civics (1 credit)
- Written Communication (1 credit)
- Biology (1 credit)
- General Math II (1 credit)
- World History (1 credit)
- Physical Science (1 credit)
- Literature (1 credit)
Electives (5 credits)
You can choose 5 electives from the sample list below:
- Music (1 credit)
- Psychology (1 credit)
- Art (1 credit)
- Economics (1 credit)
- Computing (1 credit)
- Chemistry (1 credit)
- Spanish (1 credit)
- Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry (1 credit)
- American Literature (1 credit)