Improve Recruitment and Retention for Your School
Career Online High School (COHS) from ed2go engages and prepares students for entrance into post-secondary career training programs and success in the workplace.
Delivering quality, supportive, and career-based online high school education, COHS is AdvancED/SACS accredited and is proven to increase enrollments and positively impact student outcomes.
"I knew I wanted to have a career and not just a job, and I knew in order to do that I needed my diploma... [COHS] is making it easy for me to achieve my dream of going to college. It is so much more that I ever dreamed of, even being married with a full-time job and two kids."
— Jodee Dean, Student
All students who have an AdvancED/SACS accredited high school diploma are eligible to participate in federal student aid programs.
Proven Benefit to Student Outcomes
The program is based on a master proficiency training model which awards a High School Diploma, which has better outcomes than a GED.
70% Of Students Advance to Enrollment
There are 45 million adults without a high school diploma. Help them find a path to make post-secondary education a possibility.
ed2go, the industry leader in online continuing education and a part of Cengage Learning, has launched Career Online High School, a fast-track AdvancED/SACS-accredited program that helps adults earn their high school diploma and prepare for a career. Career Online High School (COHS) employs an innovative curriculum developed against national standards, the convenience of an anytime-anywhere online learning platform and interactive content that engages adult learners and helps them achieve their educational goals.
The ed2go COHS program addresses America’s challenge to provide education and career training for the 45 million adults without a high school diploma who want to transition into post-secondary career training programs and/or the workforce. This assists students in becoming more exposed to and developing a greater loyalty toward the post-secondary institution’s brand. Ultimately, this results in an increased "flow" of eligible students for future enrollment into post-secondary career training programs.