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DENISE215
DENISE215 asks:
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I READ IN MY DAUGHTER'S STUDENT HANDBOOK THAT PEOPLE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 21-26 CAN STILL FINISH HIGHSCHOOL AND RECIEVE THEIR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

If they meet certain requirements. I have called a couple schools in the Aldine District in Houston TX but they keep telling me that it is only for the G.E.D. program. I clearly saw it in the handbook for high school diploma.. Can some one please help me? Is this even possible? if so what steps should I take?
In Topics: Back to school
> 60 days ago

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi Denise,

I would follow up with the school district and/or the school at which your daughter received the student handbook. If necessary, take the handbook with you to their office to discuss the matter, so they know exactly what you are referencing and can elaborate on what they meant (as well as provide you details to follow up on getting the diploma). If you don't have the school or its district's phone number handy, you can use SchoolFinder to research the contact info:
http://www.education.com/schoolfinder/

You might also do some research with the Texas Education Agency's Division of Adult & Community Education to see if they have info to help you: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/adult/

Good luck -- I hope you are able to secure the high school diploma you seek.
> 60 days ago

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