Why Attend James Madison High School
- Enroll when you want and earn your high school diploma from home.
- Flexible and independent curriculum to accommodate work and family
- Tuition is interest-free, affordable and half of competing online high schools
- Transfer credits are accepted reducing tuition and completion time
- Students and employers value a diploma over a GED.
Tuition & Aid
After 5 years of not having a high school diploma, I decided I was ready to have the same advantages of all my graduate friends. In less than a year, I completed my studies and have my diploma in hand. Thank you to the entire James Madison staff for being so attentive and caring.
— Jan Bassette, High School Diploma
About 3 years back, I decided to get my high school diploma, so that I could better myself in education and finance. Now when I go to fill out a job application, I am proud to put down that I have a diploma. It was a long hard road, it took me four years but I stuck with it and got it done. I am now 43 years old and I got my diploma. I would not trade it for anything, way to go.
— Teresa McCoy, High School Diploma
Tuition, Financial Aid & Start Dates
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Earn an Accredited High School Diploma from James Madison High School
Earning a high school diploma from James Madison opens the door to increased career opportunity and up to a 30% higher earning potential. Our local and national accreditation means your diploma will be respected and trusted by future employers.
Learn more about our general high school diploma programs, single courses, or our vocational tracks which give you a head start in career fields such as healthcare, computers, and skilled trades.
Regional accreditation is provided by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement. National accreditation is provided by the Distance Education and Training Council, a nationally recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.