Frequently Asked Questions About Our Program
Q: Is a high school diploma issued?
Q: Are official transcripts issued for work completed while on the program?
Q: Are the state requirements met by the program?
Q: If a student transfers to another program, will they get credit for the work done on
A: That is determined by the accepting school, but no school, college,
or university has ever denied any of our courses.
Q: Can a student enroll on this program at any time of the year?
Q: What is done if the student has missed a number of weeks of school before coming on this program?
A: Each case is determined by it's individual circumstances, but usually a few weeks of missed school does not affect their grades.
Q: Can a student receive credit if they are on a home schooling program prior to coming on this program?
A: Usually, yes. The parent/instructor can complete a report card provided by us to establish past grades for subjects taken.
Q: Is summer school available?
Q: Can the daily schedule, or weekly schedule be adjusted for special activities?
A: Yes. Q: May a student accelerate if they can complete the work faster than the outlined school calendar?
A: Yes, students may complete up to six weeks of work per month.
Q: Will the local school district allow students to take courses at the public schools or
at the junior colleges while they are on home schooling?
A: This is usually up to the your school district office. Some districts welcome this, others do not.
Q: When does the regular school year begin and end?
A: The regular school year begins in September and ends in June. Summer School is available every summer.
Q: How long has your program been serving students?
A: For fifteen years.
Q: Are there "Credentialed" teachers on the program?
Q: Is the curriculum designed by an experienced, credentialed teacher?
Q: Is this an accredited program?
A: This is not a school where the term "accredited" is normally used. The important factor is that this educational service meets the "State Department of Education