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‘I can go to college and get my career started’

  • Joanna
  • November 21, 2018

Kayla has always been a go-getter. With big dreams for the future, the Spokane, Washington, native wanted a fast-track through high school so she could get down to business—with a business license. “Now that I’ve graduated, I can go to college and get my career started,” she said. “I’m planning to get my business license

‘Now I feel I can catch any of my dreams’

  • Joanna
  • November 14, 2018

Tristen was performing perfectly in a traditional high school setting. That is, until he moved to a new town for his senior year. “The school literally gave me panic attacks the moment I walked in. It was so much bigger than any school I’d ever been too,” he said. “Finishing high school was my biggest

‘I could not get that job without a high school diploma’

  • Joanna

Jordan was ready to start his career and leave school forever. The problem? He hadn’t yet earned a high school diploma. “School itself was my biggest challenge,” Jordan said. “Just having to work on someone else’s schedule was hard. I couldn’t found time.” When a counselor in his traditional high school told him about opportunities

‘Before, I didn’t like the homework, so I didn’t do it’

  • Joanna
  • November 7, 2018

Nate wanted to be in school, but his home life made that hard.  So when an enrollment counselor from Graduation Alliance left a voicemail for him, after being referred by his local school district, he immediately called back. “I work full time, so my family and challenges at home really started to interfere with my

‘The flexibility it gave my schedule was great’

  • Joanna
  • October 31, 2018

While growing up, Cassie never became too attached to friends in school. Her family moved around about once a year—making friends stopped being worth the effort. “High school kids are not exactly known to be friendly sometimes,” Cassie said. “The pressures and school atmosphere for the social aspect was hard for me to want to

‘A giant weight has been lifted’

  • Joanna
  • October 26, 2018

Hannah knew the value of education. Having grown up in a small private school, she was eager to continue her learning in a traditional high school setting. But the change was overwhelming, partly due to the sheer size of the campus and class sizes. “School was already hard,” Hannah said. “Then, I got sick for

‘I’m not going to let anything stand in my way’

  • Joanna
  • October 19, 2018

Savannah moved around a lot when she was in high school. With each move, she fell just a bit further behind. She reached the end of her senior year a few credits shy of a diploma. And that was that. Or, so she thought. Then one day, a few years after leaving school, she got

Hanford High senior beats cancer, struggles to graduate with class

  • Joanna
  • June 1, 2016

Tri-City Herald, June 1, 2016 – The Richland School District suggested his parents enroll him in Graduation Alliance, an online high school completion program offered through the district’s alternative program. Continue reading “Hanford High senior beats cancer, struggles to graduate with class”