Continental Academy Announces Online Courses to Ascertain a Regionally Accredited High School Diploma

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Those over the age of 16 who wish to obtain a regionally accredited high school diploma can now do so online. Continental Academy offers a wide variety of comprehensive, academically advanced courses that can now be taken with online convenience and comfort.

Continental Academy is pleased to announce that it not only offers regionally accredited courses online, but has established itself as the most affordable regionally accredited distance education high school in America. Continental Academy makes students the #1 priority. This focus on creating advantages for students has resulted in optimal affordability and convenience so that students can receive the most from the high standards of education that Continental Academy offers.

Students of Continental Academy are not burdened with deadlines. The courses are designed to accommodate to the most suitable pace for each student. The convenience of online coursework provides this flexibility and also the comfort of completing coursework from home. Continental Academy also offers the Fast Track Program. This program allows students to finish coursework at an accelerated speed so that they can rapidly advance towards the next phase in their work or educational life. The Fast Track Program entails one all-encompassing, 24-credit examination. Even this program is not time-based and can be completed at the pace most comfortable for students.

Continental Academy is distinctive in its high level of academics, exceptional affordability and focused accommodation to students. Continental Academy students earn a fully-accredited, widely-recognized high school diploma by taking convenient online courses.

For additional information about Continental Academy, visit or call 1-800-285-3514.

About Continental Academy -- Continental Academy is a highly respected home-studies provider based in Miramar, Florida. It is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), the Commission on International and Trans-regional Accreditation (CITA) and the National Association for the Legal Support of Alternative Schools (NALSAS).


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