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I lacked a few credits from graduating high school. Since then I've received credits in those subjects from college. Can those credits be applied to the deficiencies I had in high school to receive a high school diploma?

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Asked by jtgrasser Saturday Mar 26th 2011 in High School Education
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Hi! My name is Shanna from National High School. We are an online program that is self paced and it is recognized by the U.S. Dept of Education and accredited by SACS. You can call me at 678-436-8749 ext. 6015 or email me sstanle2@daltonstate.edu and I would be more than glad to help you get an online high school diploma that is accepted by any college. I have the proof to back up the accreditation as well.

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Unfortunately, no. You will more than likely need to earn your GED. There is no simple way to go back and earn your diploma, instead you will be better off taking an online high school diploma course. These online courses will either supply you with your high school diploma upon completion of the program, or will prepare you for taking the GED Exam.

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