University of Nebraska High School Online Learning
Any eligible Aquinas student may take courses through the University of Nebraska High School, including high school classes, dual credit classes and Advanced Placement classes, through a partnership with the University of Nebraska and UNO. Upon completion of the course, the student receives high school credit and/or UNL or UNO college credit. These are typically online courses and the student works independently to complete the course. Click here to learn more: University of Nebraska High School.
The University of Nebraska High School offers more than 100 core, elective and AP courses in eight subject areas.
- Career and Technical Education
- English and Language Arts
- Health and Physical Education
- Natural Sciences
- Social Studies
- Visual and Performing Arts
- World Language
High School and College Credit
High School Credit – Receive credit for High School classes that Aquinas may not offer, such as Latin, French, etc.
Dual Credit – Receive dual credit for course(s)
- High school credit
- UNL/UNO credit
Advanced Placement Course Credit – Nebraska High School offers many AP courses that may not be available at Aquinas. Students will receive High School credit and will be prepared to take the Advanced Placement Test before college.
For Aquinas Students to be eligible for the University of Nebraska/UNO Program, a student must have approval from the Guidance Counselor/Administration and have a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher.
Students can register via e-mail once they have received approval to enroll in the course. The student’s guardian must approve the registration and Aquinas will verify the GPA. Upon approval, UNL/UNO will register the student and bill the student any applicable fees, which are typically $250 per class.