High School Diploma

Level: Certificate
Language: English

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March 6, 2017
mysterious charges will be applied to your account with no explanation! if you have any issues you will not get assistance! very little materials provided! couldn't get any response from any instructor! ended up paying $2,175 for a sub par education that isn't as widely accredited as they claim! absolutely deplorable! WOULD NOT RECOMEND!!!

Penn Foster High School program
February 18, 2017
My granddaughter graduated from the High School Program in 2015. These other reviewers that say the High School program is not regionally accredited must be stupid. All you have to do is verify with the accrediting commission or agency. One reviewer said the community college told her the high school was not regionally accredited which is false, and they should know that. My granddaughter now has 15 college units with no problem getting into a ...

High School Diploma Program Substandard
October 6, 2016
I enrolled two children in the program ages 13 and 15. One was a 7th grader who moved to 9th grade in the Penn Foster program. The other daughter was in 10th grade. Both children ran through the courses (1 credit) at a rate of 2 per day. These classes were so simplified that they would never have laid a solid foundation for college. The younger of the two children who is college bound noted ...

A teachable moment?
August 25, 2016
I chose Penn Foster's high school diploma program for my son. I have since found that Penn Foster's support, while reasonably quick to respond, does not do well in following up on school issues. For example, they requested that I had to submit a high school enrollment application before they would mail texts. My son and I completed the application and faxed it. We waited 2 days for confirmation but received no word. I emailed ...

Very Good High School Program
May 14, 2016
I signed up for this program in 2014 wanted to further my education. I signed up for high school with early college classes. In order to get your diploma you have to take a total of 100 exams. You have to write essays the whole nine yards. They don't just hand you a diploma you have to work for it. At any rate, the school is regionally accredited for high school,(I checked). I have been ...

Getting a job and fearing your diploma is not accepted!
April 25, 2016
I finished my diploma last year, this is my second time graduation high school. I finished my 4 years in my native country but right after I finished I moved back to the states. Now the school closed down and there was no way to get a copy of my transcripts as this is a 3rd world county and nothing is ever in order. I am now 35 yrs old and looking for a job ...

Can't get into a South Dakota Collage.
March 22, 2016
When I enrolled into Penn Foster one of the first things I asked was, will I be able to use this degree to get into collage? The lady I talked to had told me that shouldn't be a problem.I tried enrolling in a community collage and was devastated when they denied me entry due to not having a high school diploma from a regionally accredited school. I did not know until then that Penn Foster ...

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Dec. 6, 2012, 9:29 p.m.
+2 votes/
I recently started at Pennfoster for my highschool diploma i was frustrated with being homeschooled. I started on October 8th 2012 and im proud to say without the Books ive managed to pass all my exams and im almost done getting started with my 5 courses in less than a month basically so i encourage everyone because im only 16 they sent me the books and ive already passed the subject weeks before 

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