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Online High School Dimploma?

whostolemycookiewhostolemycookie Registered User Posts: 114 Junior Member
edited November 2012 in Home Schooling and College
I've be even thinking of getting a diploma online and so far, I've found ISHS from UNL and MU high school


I've also heard about Laurel Springs and Keystone. Can anyone here please help me out on choosing which ones better?

Post edited by whostolemycookie on

Replies to: Online High School Dimploma?

  • GeekMom63GeekMom63 Registered User Posts: 1,957 Senior Member
    I love your user name! Unfortunately, I can't help with your question, because my son did homeschooling and we printed a diploma.
  • whostolemycookiewhostolemycookie Registered User Posts: 114 Junior Member
    thanks :)

    Anyone can help me with the problem??? I really need to figure out ASAP!!
  • 'rentof2'rentof2 Registered User Posts: 4,327 Senior Member
    Why do you want a diploma? That may help people understand what you're asking and what's the best advice. As GeekMom said, you can make your own if you want one. They are really just ceremonial anyway.

    Or do you mean, not simply a diploma, but a full online high school program, curriculum, grades, transcripts, etc., from which you'd graduate?
  • whostolemycookiewhostolemycookie Registered User Posts: 114 Junior Member
    Im only 14 but i do plan to go to college. I would like to take a full high school program :)
    I don't live in America and the government here doesn't allow parents to homeschool their kids so it isn't an option for me
  • 'rentof2'rentof2 Registered User Posts: 4,327 Senior Member
    I have no direct experience with these but the programs I hear others speak of the most often are Laurel Springs, Keystone and Oak Meadow. There are others, including quite a few with a Christian bent.
  • kypdurronkypdurron Registered User Posts: 2,247 Senior Member
    I have heard good things about BYU Home Study and Oak Meadow. Though if you dont follow a certain belief set it may cause some slight problems
  • whostolemycookiewhostolemycookie Registered User Posts: 114 Junior Member
    They're actually more on the pricier side so I don't think I'll consider them but thanks :)
  • lmkh70lmkh70 Registered User Posts: 976 Member
    I thought Oak Meadow looked good and I know some people who prefer that to Keystone.

    I would use Connections if I could use it free. Otherwise, it would be Oakmeadow. And I might use EPGY is cost were not an issue.

    However, I am likely going to issue my own diploma for my home schooled children (I am in Texas so I can).
  • bookreaderbookreader Registered User Posts: 1,895 Senior Member
    My children used NARHS and they were very easy to work with. You can read about this option here: NARHS | Your diploma, your way!
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