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Can a high school student receive a diploma from two different schools in Pennsylvania and New Jersey?

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Asked by dkennedy Thursday May 17th 2012 in High School Education
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You should inform both schools about earning diploma degrees from other schools and if they both agree, you can carry on with your choice.

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If you have completed the requirements for a high school diploma at both schools, and each school agrees to give you a diploma, then I don't see why not. However, there is really no need for two different high school diplomas. With one high school diploma you can pursue higher education at schools like these accredited online colleges and universities.

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