More than 1,000 Indiana high school students take a variety of rigorous, college-prep classes from Ball State or its dual credit partner, The Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities, the state’s residential high school for gifted and talented students.

New high schools are being added continually.

Schools Providing Courses

On site

The following high schools have teachers certified by Ball State to offer dual credit courses as part of their high school curriculum.

  • Bellmont High School, Decatur
  • Brownsburg High School, Brownsburg
  • Boone Grove High School, Valparaiso
  • Burris Laboratory School, Muncie
  • Carroll High School, Fort Wayne
  • Castle High School, Newburgh
  • Chesterton High School, Chesterton
  • Connersville High School, Connersville
  • Covenant Christian High School, Indianapolis
  • Delta High School, Muncie
  • Eastern High School, Greentown
  • Evansville Day School, Evansville
  • Fishers High School, Fishers
  • Greenfield-Central High School, Greenfield
  • Hamilton Southeastern High School, Fishers
  • Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities, Muncie
  • Jay County High School, Portland
  • Knox Community High School, Knox
  • Liberty Christian School, Anderson
  • Logansport High School, Logansport
  • Michigan City High School, Michigan City
  • Monroe Central Junior-Senior High School, Parker City
  • Muncie Central High School, Muncie
  • New Castle High School, New Castle
  • Pendleton Heights High School, Pendleton
  • Rochester High School, Rochester
  • Rock Creek Community Academy, Sellersburg
  • Southern Wells High School, Poneto
  • Southridge High School, Huntingburg
  • Warren Central High School, Indianapolis
  • Winchester High School, Winchester

Students from high schools across Indiana, and a few out-of-state schools, have taken online dual credit courses from Ball State. If you don’t see your school listed below, check with your guidance counselor to learn how you can take online classes through Ball State to earn credit toward your high school diploma and college credit at the same time.

  • Adams Central High School, Monroe
  • Anderson Preparatory Academy, Anderson
  • Argos Community Junior-Senior High School, Argos
  • Auburn High School, Auburn, IL
  • Beech Grove Senior High School, Beech Grove
  • Bellmont High School, Decatur
  • Burris Laboratory School, Muncie
  • Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School, Indianapolis
  • Daleville High School, Daleville
  • Danville Community High School, Danville
  • Eastbrook High School, Marion
  • Eastern High School, Greentown
  • Fishers High School, Fishers
  • Hamilton Heights High School, Arcadia
  • Hamilton Southeastern High School, Fishers
  • Huntington North High School, Huntington
  • Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities, Muncie
  • Indiana Connections Academy, Online School
  • Indiana Virtual School, Online School
  • Irvington Preparatory Academy, Indianapolis
  • Jay County High School, Portland
  • Lakewood Park Christian High School School, Auburn
  • LaPorte High School, LaPorte
  • Leo Juior-Senior High School, Leo
  • Linton-Stockton High School, Linton
  • Madison Consolidated High School, Madison
  • Muncie Central High School, Muncie
  • Northwestern High School, Kokomo
  • Rochester High School, Rochester
  • Rock Creek Community Academy, Sellersburg
  • South Central Junior-Senior High School, Union Mills
  • Southern Wells Junior-Senior High School, Poneto
  • Taylor High School, Kokomo
  • Triton Central High School, Fairland
  • Wapahani High School, Selma
  • Wes-Del Middle-High School, Gaston
  • Yorktown High School, Yorktown
  • Zionsville Community High School, Zionsville

What If My School Is Not on One of These Lists?

If your school is not one of our current partners, or you are from an out-of-state high school, you may still take our online courses. Check with your high school counselor regarding eligibility. It is your responsibility to check if the courses will transfer to the college or university you wish to attend.

Home-Schooled Students

We have many home-schooled students who are seeking college-level opportunities for their students with our wide selection of online courses. To learn how to get started, contact James Hendrix, assistant director of dual credit.