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WOW.. what a small world! I graduated from there in 2004. I finished my whole senior year in 2 months. I wanted to finish up high school because I hated it .. I was always an o...

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I graduated from the k-12 distance learning program!!! 2004 7/29/2006

WOW.. what a small world! I graduated from there in 2004. I finished my whole senior year in 2 months. I wanted to finish up high school because I hated it .. I was always an outcast and I wanted to come out to California where my boyfriend lived.. Anyway.. After doing a few weeks of researching different places - I decided on Texas Tech and I highly reccomend it. They had the courses to meet all the requirements I had remaining for a high school degree - even P.E. ! I had to learn soo much about tennis and bowling that now I hate them! I also took English and Economics.. I keep thinking there was one more class but maybe not.. For each class I had an instructor who would email me assignments and I could take as long a time or as quickly as I wanted. At the end of the course you go to a local school or library to take a proctored final exam. I believe you had to get a 70 to pass but it may have been a 90. I graduated after less than 2 months and received a real diploma and everything.. I even got invited to a graduation ceremony but wasn't able to make it back to Texas. And it was much more affordable than the Briarwood School would be! LoL This was all during the summer and I have to say that they were VERY flexible with my needs and it was always easy to get a hold of someone in the office if my Dad had a question .. PS - If for whatever you reason you do decide to go back to public school I would highly suggest the Cy-Fair school district.. It's one of the best in Texas.. I personally went to Langham Creek high school which I belive was on .. 529 ? It's been 2 years since I left Houston sorry.. It was an AWESOME school just not the right one for me.. Looking back now I do miss it.. http://schools.cfisd.net/langham/index.stm I have had no problem finding excellent jobs with this on my resume - it has no stigma like a GED or some other method would have.. In fact it usually works as an asset that I finished in 2 months .. I am very glad that I chose Texas Tech and highly reccomend their K-12 distance learning program.. If you have any more questions please feel free to message me or email me.. Bj_Osterhout@yahoo.com Good luck! more

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Good School 4/14/2006

Texas Tech is a full University that is in the Big 12. They have many different undergraduate majors ranging from Performing Arts to Biochemistry. They offer great opportunities for students to get involved in research and other campus activities. They keep doing unneed construction, so the campus can some times be a hassle if you need to get somewhere fast, but that does not take away from the Red Raider experience. more

Best Library 12/23/2005

The Texas Tech Library is the most extensive in the West Texas area. It houses 6 floors full of books of all kinds: reference, fiction, non-fiction and others. Physically shaped like a stack of books, it is quite literally shelf after shelf of books. It also contains many computers connected to the internet and you don't have to be a student to use them. Before going, my only word of caution is to be wary of parking, because if you park in the parking lot without a permit, you will get ticketed. more
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