High School Diploma

Keystone places a premium on college success.

We have a full team in place to make sure your student has the counseling and education they need to succeed in the application process and the skill set they need once they're enrolled in college.

When a student meets Keystone graduation requirements, he or she is awarded a high school diploma from Keystone. To receive a Keystone High School diploma, students need to earn a total of 21 credits between grades 9-12. Credits previously earned from another traditional school or homeschool program will transfer to Keystone based on our transfer credit policy.

Download more details on Keystone's Graduation Requirements and Policies.

Our Student Services Team Is Ready to Help

Our Student Services Team will help you customize your student’s course selections based on:

  • High school level work your student has already completed at a different high school or in a homeschool program. Learn about transferring high school credits to Keystone.
  • Interests.
  • Future plans, including whether your student plans to go to college or start a career after high school.

Call us today at 1-800-255-4937.

Homeschool Requirements

Any student who is of compulsory age must also comply with homeschool requirements dictated by their school district and state. You need to check the requirements of your district and state to ensure the Keystone High School program meets the requisite homeschool requirements.

Related Downloads

Graduation Requirements

Transcript Request Form

Portfolio Evaluation Request Form

Credit Transfer Policy

Portfolio Credit Policy


"(My son's) goal is pursue snowboarding at the highest level. This involves a lot of travel, since you need to be where the competitions are and where the snow is. Online school is the only answer. Keystone is very flexible, allowing you to complete courses at your pace. The teachers are responsive, it's accredited, and it will enable (my son) to get a HS diploma. Keystone accepts credits from other schools and homeschool portfolio's as well." 
~James Gildea, parent