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Earning a high school diploma online can have the same value as a regular diploma; students who earn their diploma online can attend college. This depends on the school.

Our schools are accredited, which means your diploma will hold the same value as one from a traditional school. Our schools are also tuition free and 100% online for students in the state of California enjoying a quality education that’s flexible to their needs.

As colleges add more online aspects to their classrooms, earning your high school diploma online could help you become more college and career ready.

Here’s how:

  1. Online students learn discipline

There are no assigned seats or raising hands to ask to use the bathroom at our schools. Students enjoy the freedom of completing their schoolwork on their schedule, when and where they want. But with this comes great responsibility.

While teachers are always available to help, it’s up to the student to complete assignments and tests. All these things help students gain discipline and become prepared for life after high school.

  1. More flexibility

College students choose the time and day they want to attend classes and study. Students at our schools do the same. So why not start developing these personally structured schedules early?

Students at our schools can take advantage of working on their assignments when and where they want in order to balance the other activities in their lives, such as working a job or participating in student clubs. We believe this will help them become prepared for college as they learn discipline and how to manage their schedules.

  1. Online students gain experience communicating with teachers outside a classroom

In a brick-and-mortar school, students see their teachers every single school day. At many colleges, classroom sizes can range anywhere from 100-500 students in a setting where the professor likely doesn’t know their names.

As a result, college students communicate with professors via emails and phone calls.

The teachers at our schools are available by phone, email, messages and in-person tutoring so students can get the personalized support they need and get used to communicating with a teacher the way you would with a college professor.

  1. Online students become familiarized with completing online assignments

Even students who attend college courses in person will most likely still have an online aspect in their curriculum. Now more than ever, in-person colleges have online assignments, exams and resources online. Students at our schools are comfortable with the idea of logging in and completing coursework, exams, and even doing research online, helping the transition to college become much easier.

  1. Our counselors will help you get ready for college

The guidance counselors at our schools work hard to help our students prepare for life after high school. If you are thinking of attending college, come to one of our schools!

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