I am looking for some online high school programs for my niece. So far, I have narrowed it down to the following: Texas Tech University Independent School District Looks like a good program, because students have the option of taking "Credit by Exams" which including proctor fees is around $100 per course. Depending on the amount of classes she can get transferred over, as she has completed the 11th grade, this looks like a good route. BYU Independent Study also has an inexpensive program. I still need to get additional information from them. I also contacted Penn Foster Career School. They lady on the phone was very friendly and answered all of my questions without asking for any personal information other than my name. She respected my privacy, as I told her I had several schools to call before I took it to the next level. She advised that based on my niece completing the 11th grade, my niece has a good chance of getting the max credits applied, and would only need to take five or six classes to graduate, and it cost approx $675 to complete her diploma. I also contacted James Madison High School (Ashworth College). I was a little upset with the person I spoke with over the phone. Like Penn Foster, I tried to explain to them they were one of four schools I was looking at. He asked for my name, which I gave and tried to talk again. He said he needed my phone number to better assist me. I gave it, and said I only need to get some basic info. He then requested my email address, to better assist me. I said fine, and gave it and again tried to talk. He then asked for my mailing address. I told him that was enough, I just want my questions answered. He said without an address he would not be able to answer my question. I was a little upset with this guy, because it was the complete opposite of what service I was getting with Penn Foster. Sure, I would have given him a fictitious address, but I was a little upset over the tone and amount of questions being asked. I would like to know if anyone has input on the above schools? I checked the local area for GED based on the limited available seats it would be hard for her to take, and appears the above schools would be the best route. Also, the local community college indicated they would not have any programs with my niece getting her diploma from the above schools since they are regionally accredited.