Due to some mental health problems, I transferred to an online private school called Keystone National High School for my senior year of high school. Before my senior year, I was in a local public school all my life. I'm American, btw.
I am looking at the admissions guide for several of the colleges that I'm most interested in and it says that diplomas obtained through cyber learning systems or homeschooling, or GEDs, are not accepted. I don't know what to do, now. These colleges are outside of the USA, which is why it's different.
The online school is self paced, so I technically have one class left before I'm eligible to graduate from Keystone. Technically, I haven't graduated then, and thus have no diploma yet.
Do you think it's feasible that I transfer all of my senior year credits over to my previous public school, and then get my diploma from the public school straight away? I have all the required credits to graduate from this public school.
But normally classes graduate in May and they're already registering for the 2019 school year. But I can't wait until next May to get my diploma. Basically, do you see the issue? Idk if I'm explaining well. Seriously need help, I can't find anything about this situation online.