Current Kansas high school students (high school sophomores and older) can take online classes at the scholarship rate of $75 per credit hour!
Need to Know Information
Talk to your counselor about dual credit — high schools (not the college) determine if they give dual credit for college classes.
Use these classes to explore general education and career technical education classes to get a head start on your college plans!
Students who have completed their high school requirements are not eligible for this scholarship.
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Pay the College
Barton Online's scholarship rate is $75 for current Kansas high school students for online classes. Read the Fine Print section below for additional information on how to pay for courses and course fees.
Ready to get started? The courses below qualify for the scholarship rate of $75 per credit hour! (Read the Fine Print section on scholarship details.)
Don't forget! Students who haven’t yet graduated from high school are still eligible to take Excel in CTE classes online tuition/fee free. Textbook costs and programs fees may apply. Eligible Excel in CTE courses can be found at the Excel in CTE Initiative (SB155) page.
Students in these classes can save even more money on early college opportunities through Open Educational Resources (OER), which qualifies students for low-cost (under $50) or no-cost textbooks. Eligible OER courses can be found on the Save Money on Textbooks page.
Barton Online Sessions also qualify for the scholarship rate of $75 per credit hour. Visit the Session Schedules webpage for course lists and dates.
Students who take advantage of instant scholarship will pay a tuition/fee amount of $75 per credit hour instead of the regular tuition/fee amount of $155 per credit hour after the scholarship is applied. Students will initially see a charge of $155 per credit hour until after the drop date and then the scholarship will be applied to reduce the course cost to $75 per credit hour. Additional costs such as books, access codes, supplies, etc. may apply depending on the selected course.
Please note, some courses may require additional fees; review the course information to see if there are additional expenses. Check out more information on payment plans and dates.