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Please share your experience with Keystone National High?

businessnerdbusinessnerd Registered User Posts: 40 Junior Member
edited December 2010 in Home Schooling and College

Thanks for reading,
I've been looking through online schools and it seems to me that keystone high is one of the most reputable.
If possible, can you share your experience on keystone national high, or share other online high school experiences?

Thank you!
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Replies to: Please share your experience with Keystone National High?

  • homeskulmomhomeskulmom Registered User Posts: 150 Junior Member
    My older son took two Keystone high school courses a la carte. He was able to navigate the courses easily with little assistance but found the teachers helpful when he had questions. We did not use their whole curriculum or diploma program but for the limited contact we had with Keystone, we were pleased.
  • businessnerdbusinessnerd Registered User Posts: 40 Junior Member
    thank you!
  • MKsophomoreMKsophomore Registered User Posts: 116 Junior Member
    I am also considering Keystone for my junior and senior years of high school due to the immense amount of flexibility that they offer. The fact that they offer an accredited diploma really is great too, because it's nearly the same as a private schools diploma when it comes to the accredidation. They offer a good amount of AP courses and in my opinion the prices aren't insane, especially if you take advantage of their discounts. I hope to enroll this summer, but no matter how reassuring their staff is, I am still nervous that colleges won't take the diploma seriously. Their college acceptance rate I impressive and I did email three schools I am interested in (Boston College, UMass Dartmouth, Stonybrook University) and they all said the diploma was totally fine. Hopefully more people comment with their experiences, as I am in need of the first-hand info as well. Oh, I do suggest checking out their facebook page and askig questions there too, because current students will reply.
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