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Is iSucceed Accredited?

iSucceed is an Idaho home-grown school founded nearly a decade ago.

Still, the most common question we receive is, “Is iSucceed accredited?” Or “Will I get an actual diploma if I graduate with iSucceed?” Your answer is below.

Is iSucceed Accredited?

The answer is yes!

We are a legitimate public charter school. Our instructors are highly qualified and our coursework is aligned to state and national standards.

In other words, we are a real high school, we’re just instruct our students online.

What is a Public Charter School?

If you attend the traditional high school you’re assigned to, you attend a public school.

A public charter school is very similar. They are tuition free and accredited just like the traditional school. Public charter schools are held to the same standards in student achievement. The difference, according to the Public Charter School Association is this:

“Charter schools are unique public schools that are allowed the freedom to be more innovative while being held accountable for advancing student achievement,” (

Where Does iSucceed Receive its Accreditation?

iSucceed is accredited through AdvancED. This is an intensive evaluation of the school’s academic strategies and goals, improvements and instruction.

What Does it Means to be Accredited?

Accreditation is incredibly important. It’s is what gives value to your diploma. iSucceed Virtual High School diplomas are recognized by employers and universities nationwide. Really, it is the same as earning a diploma through a traditional, brick and mortar school.

Benefits of Attending iSucceed Virtual High School

Although the diploma you earn is the same, the high school experience is different. Some benefits of iSucceed:

  • 100% online, flexible schedule
  • Easily accessible help from teachers and counselors
  • Two courses every six weeks
  • Safe environment
  • Engaging student life

To learn more about online school, head here.

Classes start Monday, August 21. Get started here.

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