National University Virtual High School (NUVHS) is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Accrediting Commission for schools through 2019.
Please click here to view the school’s accreditation status as posted on the WASC Accrediting Commission for Schools website. A copy of the NUVHS accreditation approval letter is available on this page as well.
In addition to WASC, NUVHS is also accredited with the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI) through AdvancED. A copy of the NUVHS accreditation approval letter is also available on this page. Click here to view the school’s accreditation status as posted on the AdvancED website.
Committed to the provision of quality programs for students, the NUVHS team is proud to be affiliated with both the WASC and AdvancED organizations.
In addition to completing rigorous accreditation processes and approvals, NUVHS has also received approval from the College Board, the University of California (UC) System, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
All NUVHS Advanced Placement courses have been approved by the College Board as meeting the demanding academic standards required of all AP level coursework. For more information on AP courses, please visit the College Board Website.
NUVHS has been approved by the University of California System as an approved UC “a-g” online course provider, and NUVHS has received “a-g” individual course approval for 40 semester courses. Meeting “a-g” requirements ensures that students are academically prepared for college level coursework and possess a strong foundation across all subject areas.
NUVHS also possesses NCAA authorization for all core courses, allowing student athletes to meet initial eligibility requirements for participation in college athletics. The NCAA develops rules and policies to ensure the academic commitment of student-athletes.
Attached is the Course Approval Chart reflecting the 2014-2015 school year approvals for meeting both NCAA and UC "a-g" requirements.