Charles Leuzzi left junior high school to support his family. The military soon drafted him to fight in World War 2. During the war, the veteran earned a total of six medals – four bronze stars and a couple of purple hearts.
Now, at the age of 97, the veteran received an honorary high school diploma from the Philadelphia School District.
Now, you may not be as old as the WW2 veteran, but you may have failed to finish high school like him for reasons of your own. Fortunately, even as an adult of whatever age, you can still earn your high school diploma if you want to.
Here are a number of things you should do to earn your high school diploma.
Decide You Want It
Of course, you first have to determine that you want a high school diploma. You may want it for any reason; as long as you are determined enough, you can earn your desired credential.
Once you have settled the decision to study high school again in yourself, you can look for high schools that can cater to you.
Consider Online School
You can find high schools that offer classes to adults, but the schedule may be difficult for you. You can find high school courses online instead, from educational institutions such as theamericanacademy.com that can cater to your specific situation.
You may still have a day job, for example, and you can only study at night.
Now, as you look for online schools, find ones that with accreditation from a regional board. Some online school offer fake credentials. You have to do some digging to find the authentic providers. Once you have your school, you can obtain your old high school transcripts.
These transcripts can help your online school know what else you need to complete to earn your diploma. You also have to take care of the financial aspect of your education.
Again, for as long as you are determined enough, no matter how long it will take, you will earn your high school credentials.