Since 1987, Indiana high school students have been empowered by the state legislature to earn concurrent high school and college credit by taking approved college courses.
Today, state law has further established the Postsecondary Enrollment Program (IC 21-43-4). Under this program, high school students statewide in grades 11 and 12 can receive college credit AND credit toward high school graduation by successfully completing college classes at eligible Indiana colleges or universities.
Each school corporation will determine which course(s) will meet a student's requirement for high school graduation. Students who are interested in earning high school credit for courses taken through IUPUI SPAN Division's early college program should talk with their school's guidance counselor.