Pinnacle Charter Schools is open entry, meaning that students can ENROLL any time of the year. Classes are self-paced, giving students the ability to study and learn any time of the day or night. New Class groups (blocks) start every two weeks throughout the school year.
Pinnacle Charter Schools enrolls students in grades 6 through 12.
Each class is worth 0.5 credits.
Students can receive a free public school education and enroll in Pinnacle Charter Schools for grades 6-12 until the student’s 22nd birthday. We also offer a tuition based program for students aged 22 and older to earn a high school diploma.
Yes, Pinnacle Charter Schools has a graduation in May of each year. A Pinnacle Charter Schools diploma is issued to students who have completed a minimum of twenty-two (22) high school credits that meet the requirements of the state. Students must also “meets standards” on all state mandated assessments. Students are permitted to exceed the minimum graduation requirements by taking additional coursework towards university entrance.
Opportunities after High School
Pinnacle Charter Schools offers a wide range of classes that allow you to obtain a high school diploma. Because of our AdvancED accreditation, your high school diploma will transfer to a university or college. Below, you'll find helpful information on funding your education and how to apply to a secondary institution.
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