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New high school completion program for Arkansans ages 21 and older

  • Diana Kanzler
  • January 3, 2024

Little Rock, AR, Jan. 2, 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. “This program is designed for working adults

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

Online adult high school program celebrates 500th graduate in 2022

  • Joanna
  • November 11, 2022

 Columbus, OH, November 11, 2022 — Ohio 22+ Adult High School Diploma Program providers that partner with Graduation Alliance celebrated their 500th graduate of 2022 on November 3. Eight educational institutions throughout Ohio offer this state-funded program in partnership with Graduation Alliance, which allows Ohio adults to finish their high school requirements online at

New High School Diploma Completion Program for Arizona Adults

  • Joanna
  • October 28, 2022

 Phoenix, AZ, Oct. 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.

New Year Brings New Opportunities for Colorado Dropouts

  • Joanna
  • January 2, 2020

Denver, Colorado, January 2, 2020 – New high school diploma and workforce certification program is free for adult learners to achieve living wage work Just before Christmas, Colorado launched the Workforce Diploma Pilot Program, aimed at addressing what some have described as an urgent problem facing Colorado, one of the country’s most highly educated states: