Earn Your Online High School Diploma

Save time with our new accelerated online high school diploma program. You can finish in two months and start your career training!

Get An Accelerated High School Diploma

Partnership with E. L. Broady Academy

In order to attend SOCHi and get career training in a bountiful field, you are required to have your High School Diploma. It’s always unfortunate when a prospective student wants to attend our school, but does not meet the requirements. Now, that’s all changed.

Southern California Health Institute (SOCHi) has partnered with E. L. Broady Academy to offer an accelerated Online High School Diploma Program available to those who did not complete high school.

It’s as easy as it sounds! Get in contact with SOCHi by filling out the contact form above or calling (818) 980-8990. An admissions advisor will get you set up in no time to start completing your self-paced online education program.

Adult Fast Track Program

  • 100% Online High School Courses
  • 100% Accepted by Colleges & Employers
  • Finish High School Online Fast
  • Highly Qualified Academic Coach Assistance
  • Self Paced Coursework
  • Personalized Graduation Plan

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Academics & Student Life

SOCHi provides a safe and comfortable learning environment to cultivate a positive educational experience, both in the classroom as well as at volunteer events. Our diverse community of students come together to learn a new career while developing lasting relationships. Many students participate in clubs, may become a part of the honor society, or get involved in various events organized or sponsored by the school.

Affordable Education

Education is one of the most valuable investments. The Student Finance Office is available to assist students with Federal Financial Aid (available to those you apply and qualify), scholarships, grants, loans, and payment plans.

Career Services

All students and alumni may take advantage of Career Placement services at the institution. The Career Services Director regularly holds Professional Career Days, Professional Networking Days/Events, and other such activities so that employers and students have an opportunity to begin forging a relationship before graduation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have more questions on what it’s going to be like getting your career started? See our list of Frequently Asked Questions below.

  • Who qualifies to enroll?
  • Is it Accelerated?
  • Can I transfer credits?
  • What is a graduation rate?
  • How long does it take?
  • Is the program accelerated?
  • How much does it cost?
  • Is it a Diploma or GED?
  • What’s the difference between a Diploma and a GED?
Anybody interested in attending our school to receive career training and has yet to finish their high school education. Our ideal age range is 16 to 60 years old, but we have had a graduate walk across our stage at 76! If you are dedicated to getting career training and need a diploma you are qualified.
Yes, regionally accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges. www.acswasc.org
Yes! Credits can be transferred from previous high school courses, college courses, or even sometimes previous work experience. If you have any questions about what specific courses or work experiences can be transferred before your start, reach out to an admissions advisor.
E. L. Broady Academy has over a 96% graduation rate and has helped over 13,000 adults nationwide graduate since August 2009. SOCHi strives for excellence, so it’s only natural that other institutions we partner with feel the same way.
The program is self-paced so the time it takes to finish is completely up to you. All it takes is a little dedication and downtime and you can finish in no time.
Since the program is self-paced the acceleration is in your hands! You can finish the program in as little as two months!
Referrals from us are $399.
After completion of the program, you will have a high school diploma from an accredited institution.
A high school diploma certifies that a student has completed all required courses in a typical classroom setting. The GED is a series of five tests that assess whether or not a test-taker possesses the knowledge of a high school graduate.