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Degrees based on life, military and work experience do not require formal classroom education. However, the more courses you did complete in a high school program, the less work/life experience you're required to have. The following minimum requirements are needed to receive a high school degree:

--21 credits of formal classroom education, or
--11 credits of classroom education and 24 months life/work experience in the five Areas of Knowledge listed below, or
--6 credits of classroom education and 36 months life/work experience in the five Areas of Knowledge listed below, or
--48 months life/work experience in the five Areas of Knowledge listed below.

You must be 18 years of age or older to receive a high school diploma.

Since many people ask how the high school program works, we'll provide a typical example. If you attended high school for 2 years, you should've received at least 11 classroom credits. That would leave another 10 credits required for graduation.

Look over the list of courses below to see how many from the 5 Areas of Knowledge you have life/work experience in. Do you know how to cook? Do you have a driver's license? Can you get your computer online? Do you know how to fill out a job application? Do you know how to play tennis or football? Almost every subject you have life or work experience in is worth high school credit.

AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED FOR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

LANGUAGE ARTS
Creative Writing; English; Grammar and Composition; Poetry; Literature; Spelling; Reading Comprehension; Foreign Language such as Spanish or French; Fiction Writing; Non-fiction Writing; Speech; Communications; Media Studies such as Movies and Television

MATHEMATICS
Algebra; Consumer Math such as balancing your checkbook; Business Math; Geometry; Calculus; Trigonometry; Refresher Math (equivalent to 8th grade knowledge)

SCIENCE
Astronomy; Biology;Chemistry; Earth Science; Environmental Science; Life Science; Physical Science; Physics; Oceanography; Geology; Anthropology; Meteorology

SOCIAL SCIENCES
American Government; American Politics; Citizenship; American History; World History; Economics; Psychology; Sociology; Geography; Social Work; Political Science; Current Affairs

ELECTIVES
Art; Music;General Business; Business Law; Business Management; Accounting; Bookkeeping; Typing; Data Entry; Computer Repair; MS Word; Windows 95/98/2000/ME; Health; Driver Education; Animal Care; Dentistry; Car Repair; Woodworking; Drawing; Singing; Musical Instrumentation; Computer Technology; Computer Science; Fitness; Marketing; Office Skills; any type of sport or physical activity such as Bodybuilding, Swimming, Aerobics, Football, Chess, Tennis, etc.

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