July 27, 2008
-- Miramar, Florida—In a day and age where many experienced workers lack a high school diploma, some schools are promoting education while others are contributing to the problem. Some schools make the situation worse by offering unaccredited educational courses, while the American Council on Education does its best to band-aid the situation by offering students cheap and easy GEDs. The angle that Continental Academy brings to the problem is that of responsibility.
The accredited school, headquartered in Miramar, Florida, does not encourage students to drop out of high school and seek a high school diploma through home correspondence. Rather, they are marketing their high school diploma program to professional workers who lack the time to finish school, or students that have left public school or home school and want to earn their diploma without sacrificing their current employment status.
In return for promoting responsibility, Continental Academy rewards graduating students with an accredited high school diploma, which is recognizable by top colleges and state employers that would otherwise reject an unaccredited home school graduate. Continental Academy proves its prestige by listing its associations with top education institutions such as the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation. Continental Academy’s philosophy is to put convenience first, but never at the expense of a quality education.
About Continental Academy: Continental Academy has been offering accredited high school diploma courses to students since 1996 and has counted 75,000 successful graduates since its beginnings.