Those living in Massachusetts in need of a high school diploma, we have a fast solution!
If you're residing in Boston and are in need of finishing your high school education, Aspen Heights High School Academy has a free high school diploma course designed with you in mind.
Applying for college or vocational school or even getting a great-paying job requires a high school diploma in hand. Going back to school and attending a traditional classroom is not always convenient and can be expensive. With our free high school diploma online program, you can study for your diploma or GED on your own time, at your convenience and for free!
Residents of South Boston, you can earn a diploma from home fast with our accelerated testing platform designed to cover all main subjects taught in a traditional classroom in a fraction of the time. Most students that enroll in our online high school testing program earn a diploma from home in the same week!
Finding a job that pays well in Worcester can be difficult without the added benefit of having your high school diploma. Gain the confidence that comes along with completing your high school education to take steps toward a better financial future. Aspen Heights High School Academy's counselors are trained to make the process easy and hassle-free. Enrolling is simple and it's free. Take charge of your education and enroll now.
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|When in need of earning an accredited high school diploma in Boston, consider The Bromfield School. Located thirty miles west of Boston in the Northeastern corner of Worcester County in the town of Harvard, Massachusetts, the Bromfield School's strong academic program includes core courses in mathematics, English, social studies, and science, as well as music, world languages, physical education and fine and applied arts. Students in grades 9-12 fulfill graduation requirements in these core courses and may also take advantage of Advanced Placement courses.
||The Bromfield School
14 Massachusetts Ave.
James F. O'Shea – Principal
Scott Hoffman – Associate Principal
Did you know?
Did you know that Harvard University is the oldest institution of high learning in the U.S.?
Founded in 1636, Harvard was the first college established in North America.
Harvard University, which celebrated its 375th anniversary in 2011, has the prestigious honor of having many American Presidents whom have graduated from its institution, among them being George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy, just to name a few.