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Is Penn Foster High School, an online school a diploma mill?
They advertise as an online high school

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Asked by arno Friday Jul 18th 2008 in High School Education
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Hi ,
Your solution is there please visit this link and get
more info about the colleges , admissions, fees and more.
www.way2college.com/PGDM.htm
All the best

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From looking at their website, and at a couple of reviews, it seems as though Penn Foster has a legit program. Unlike Belford, Penn Foster seems to require it students to actually work and take classes.



From what I have read the courses are fully online, including readings, exams, quizzes, and study material. The program is just under $1000.00, and most importantly is accredited by a regional accrediting agency, the Middle States Commission on Secondary Schools.



In the end my suggestion when it comes to issues such as this is examine your need for the diploma. For example, if you are looking at going further on to Higher Education then you should contact the schools you are thinking about attending to see if they will accept a diploma from Penn Foster.

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