NetMath Courses for High School Students

At this time registrations are suspended in all Academic Year term NetMath courses available to high school students. These courses are currently under redevelopment and may reopen Fall 2023. For more information, see a message from the NetMath Director here. Classes for districts or schools currently contracted within the Partner High School program will remain for the upcoming school year.

NetMath offers college-level math courses for University of Illinois transcript credit to high school students. Eligible high school students may take the following courses with our program:

  • Calculus I (Math 220)
  • Calculus II (Math 231)
  • Calculus III (Math 241)
  • Differential Equations (Math 285)
  • Applied Linear Algebra (Math 415)
  • Introduction to Probability Theory (Math 461)

High school students get a maximum of 9 months from the date of registration to complete their NetMath course. Students who wish to work at a faster pace may finish a course in less time, if desired.

To enroll in a NetMath course, high school students are required to assign a High School Coordinator. This is typically a teacher at the student's school (often a guidance counselor) who will act as an alternate point of contact if the NetMath office is unable to reach the student to convey course-related information. The HS Coordinator is usually responsible for proctoring NetMath exams for the student. For more information, see our High School Registration page.

High schools may offer University of Illinois courses to their students in a partnership with NetMath. Please visit the NetMath Partner High School Program page for more information.