Some of my favorites:
Variety of Online courses for 9-12th grade to mix with any school especially if you have a child pursuing both the Utah accredited diploma and his/her own interests:
Opportunities for those involved in the arts in Utah County: Pioneer High School for the Performing Arts
Fantastic for blending both brick and mortar school, online and special individual interests in 9-12th grades: StatewideOnline Education program
Computer Programming/Premed training courses:
You can even go beyond high school. How about an associates degree at the same time you get your high school diploma? (New Century or Regents scholarship) This can be done through Concurrent Enrollment (CE) courses, Advance Placement exams, and online. To do this you can see my excel spread sheet. To understand more about these options read through the slides Avoiding the Middle School Blues and Beyond.
If using a non accredited transcript you determine the graduation requirements. For an Accredited Utah Diploma the Graduation Requirements for High School are determined by the USOE.
So with all these options it can seem paralyzing. The questions to ask your student is:
Do you want to graduate with a high school diploma?
Do you want to graduate early?
Do you want to go to college? What type of college- closed enrollment, open enrollment or tech? (If you don't want to close any doors, you will aim for closed enrollment)
Do you want to an accredited or unaccredited transcript?
How do you plan on financing your education? Would you like scholarships?
How do you want to learn? Do you want to learn it through a brick and mortar school, online with or without a mentor, or with a textbook on your own.