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TPS Offers 30+ Honors Courses in All Major Subjects and Grade Levels

When you receive a transcript from TPS with “Honors” in a course title, it is supported by academically objective standards that promote the credibility of the official TPS transcript for a competitive college or scholarship application.

TPS receives many requests to list a course as “Honors” on a transcript. While there is no universal definition of an “Honors” course, the credentialed academic expectation is that an Honors course is differentiated from a non-honors course by objectively defined academic standards (i.e., it is not credible to simply label a course as “Honors” without academically objective differentiation). When you receive a transcript from TPS with “Honors” in a course title, it is supported by academically objective standards that promote the credibility of the official TPS transcript for a competitive college or scholarship application.

What are the benefits of Honors courses?

  • May be weighted more highly or even required in competitive scholarships or college applications.
  • Better preparation for advanced courses (e.g., AP courses, college in-major courses).
  • More competitive transcript.

TPS offers more than 30 Honors courses in all major subjects and grade levels, in addition to 20+ AP courses (many competitive colleges and scholarships expect AP courses for upper HS students).

Plan for success. Boost your competitive transcript or scholarship application with TPS Honors Courses.


About TPS (at-tps.org)

  • Online classes since 1997
  • Grades 4 to 12
  • Complete curriculum or à la carte
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  • College dual credit courses
  • High Scholars program (24 college credits)
  • Accredited transcripts
  • Diploma (standard or honors) option
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