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High school completion program available

  • Diana Kanzler
  • January 30, 2024

The Sun, January 16, 2024 Arkansas residents ages 21 and older who do not have a high school diploma can now finish school online for free through a new program from Graduation Alliance called the Arkansas Adult Diploma Program. Graduates earn an accredited high school diploma. According to a press release, Graduation Alliance can offer

Arkansas adults now have opportunity to earn high school diploma for free

  • Diana Kanzler

K8 News, January 15, 2024 Arkansas residents who do not have their high school diploma now have a chance to earn one for free. According to our content partner, KATV, Graduation Alliance is offering a program called the Arkansas Adult Diploma Program. This new program will give Arkansans 21 or older a chance to earn

Free program offers Arkansas adults a second chance to earn high school diploma

  • Diana Kanzler

ABC7, January 15, 2024 Arkansas residents who do not have their high school diploma can now take part in a free program to obtain one. Graduation Alliance is offering a program called the Arkansas Adult Diploma Program, giving residents 21 and older a chance to earn an accredited high school diploma. “This program is designed

Earn an accredited high school diploma online for free

  • Diana Kanzler

Stuttgart Daily Leader, January 10, 2024 Arkansas residents ages 21 and older who do not have a high school diploma can now finish school online for free through a new program from Graduation Alliance called the Arkansas Adult Diploma Program. Graduates earn an accredited high school diploma. Continue reading

Graduation Alliance appoints Dr. Shawn K. Smith as COO

  • Diana Kanzler
  • January 2, 2024

January 2, 2024 Salt Lake City, UT: Graduation Alliance is pleased to share that Dr. Shawn K. Smith has joined the organization as Chief Operating Officer after a five-month search to fill the role. Dr. Smith comes from McGraw Hill where he served as Chief Innovation Officer from November 2020 until his move to Graduation

Missouri program allows adults to earn high school diploma free online

  • Joanna
  • January 26, 2023

Fulton Sun, January 26, 2023 A new program will allow Missourians who didn’t finish high school to earn a diploma online for free. The Missouri Workforce Diploma Program, through the passage of Senate Bill 718 in 2022, allows adult high school providers to offer Missourians 21 and older the chance to earn a diploma online,

Missouri adults can now earn an accredited high school diploma online for free

  • Joanna
  • January 13, 2023

Fox4, January 13, 2023 Over 455,000 Missourians left high school without earning a diploma. Now, through a new program from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, those adults will have the opportunity to finish high school 100% online and at no cost through the Missouri Workforce Diploma Program. Continue reading

Arizona to offer new high school diploma completion program for adults

  • Joanna
  • November 1, 2022

KTAR News, November 1, 2022 Arizona adults ages 21 years and older are eligible to finish high school online for free through Graduation Alliance, according to a press release. “The Arizona Workforce Diploma Program pairs time and place flexibility with personalized support to give adult students everything they need to finally earn their high school

New High School Diploma Completion Program for Arizona Adults

  • Joanna
  • October 28, 2022

Yahoo!Finance, October 28, 2022 Arizona adults age 21 or older can now finish high school online for free through a new program provided by Graduation Alliance. Funded through appropriations provided by the 55th Arizona State Legislature, the Arizona Workforce Diploma Program results in an accredited high school diploma — not a GED. Continue reading

Online program helps Hoosiers finish high school education

  • Joanna
  • July 22, 2021

Fox 59 Indianapolis, July 22, 2021 Rayschell Capps says her biggest motivation is her son. “Right now, he’s in kindergarten,” she said, “and I want to show him that if mommy can do it, you can do it.” Capps dropped out of high school at 18. After having her son in 2015, she later decided