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    alexiscole14 is offline Registered User
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    Hi I'm Alexis. I am 14 and I'm new to all of this!!

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    Kizmet is offline Moderator
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    Hi Alexis! You might be setting the record for the youngest member! Feel free to roam around the site and let us know if you have any questions.

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    Welcome!

    Although we do have some threads dealing with online/distance high schools, our main focus here is college and graduate degrees. However, you can't start planning too soon, so take a look around and make yourself at home!
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    SteveFoerster is offline Resident Gadfly
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    There are teenagers who earn college credit, and sometimes even degrees, while still in high school. My fourteen year old son is about ready to start learning about options too. So Alexis, any questions, just ask.
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    Ted Heiks is offline Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveFoerster View Post
    There are teenagers who earn college credit, and sometimes even degrees, while still in high school. My fourteen year old son is about ready to start learning about options too. So Alexis, any questions, just ask.
    Yes, my niece and my nephew both took classes from Owens Community College while still in high school. Consequently, they both had the associate's equivalency (though I don't know whether they actually their associate's degrees) by the time they graduated Oak Harbor High School.
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    Ted Heiks is offline Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexiscole14 View Post
    Hi I'm Alexis. I am 14 and I'm new to all of this!!
    Hi, Alexis! As one of my fellow moderators has pointed out, we do have a subforum devoted to high school degrees by distance learning. It might serve you well to start thinking about where you want to go to college and what you want to major in.
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    MBA, Marketing, City University of Seattle, 1993

    Politics is made from two words: "poly" meaning "many" and "ticks" meaning "blood-sucking insects."

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