Earn accredited high school diploma at Pines & Plains Libraries

Career online high school program free to residents

Staff report
Posted 11/10/17

Elbert County residents can earn a high school diploma and credentialed career certificate through a Career Online High School, a program of Pines & Plains Libraries.

“Earning a high school diploma is a life-changing achievement,” said Tim …

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Earn accredited high school diploma at Pines & Plains Libraries

Career online high school program free to residents

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Elbert County residents can earn a high school diploma and credentialed career certificate through a Career Online High School, a program of Pines & Plains Libraries.

“Earning a high school diploma is a life-changing achievement,” said Tim Miller, director of Pines & Plains Libraries. “By offering Career Online High School, we're empowering our residents to seek new opportunities and transform their lives.”

Scholarships are available to qualified learners. Career Online High School pairs each student with an academic coach who helps them develop a career plan, offers guidance, evaluates performance and connects the learner with the resources needed for academic success.

A certified instructor supports each class. Students have 24/7 access to online learning. The first courses cover the student's career interests; there are eight to choose from. Core academic classes happen after that. Students can graduate in six months by transferring old high school credits, but they have 18 months to complete the program.

Learn more about Career Online High School by visiting pplibraries.org, calling 303-646-3792, or emailing lhughes@pplibraries.org. Ask for program manager Lisa Hughes.

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