Diploma Options

Online High School Diploma:

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Christian Educators Academy offers three diploma options for its online high school students:

  • The College Preparatory Track, Academic Diploma is a competitive diploma for college-bound students and for students planning to enter the Armed Forces.  In order to qualify for this diploma, students must complete all courses at the College Preparatory level, maintain a 3.0 grade point average, and take the SAT, ACT, or our Standardized 12th grade Test.
  • The Honors/Advanced Placement Track, Academic Diploma is designed to give students a competitive edge.  It is designed for students who are planning to apply to a four-year college or university.   In order to qualify for this diploma, students must take a minimum of 8 AP or Honors courses, maintain a 3.5 grade point average, and score above the national average on all portions of the SAT or ACT. In addition, it is highly recommended that students take at least one dual enrollment course, and complete three years in a world language, as this is required by some colleges.
  • The Standard Academic Diploma is designed for students who want intend to pursue a non-academic career or attend a career or technical college after graduation.  In order to qualify for this diploma, students must take at least 6 courses in career electives or career training, and maintain a 2.0 GPA or higher.  Students pursuing this option may take Literacy Advantage or Foundational courses.

See Graduation Requirements for a complete list of course requirements for each diploma option.

Accredited by

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All full-time students of Christian Educators Academy will receive an accredited Florida State diploma upon completion of their online high school program. We have students located across the United States and all over the world.  We offer a formal graduation ceremony at the end of May, in Orlando Florida, only if there are 25 or more graduating students who are able to participate.  We provide free transcripts to as many colleges and universities as a student desires; there is a small $10 fee for each one we need to send via priority mail.

 

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