Who are they, and what degrees do they hold? The website doesn't mention them. Who is it? That person doesn't seem to be mentioned on the website, the Directory function and Search functions don't work, and no one uses that title (that I can find). What degrees does that person hold? In which fields? Who will run them? Interesting, but not really relevant. Running an online high school program is quite a bit different from running a tertiary school (with graduate programs, to boot!). Red herring. No one said you didn't have experience running an accredited high school. But that isn't the same as running a "accreditable" university. Not really relevant. It isn't a sign of quality to teach both secondary and tertiary students. Most of the best universities in the U.S. do no such thing. What does that mean? How do you "put students first" in a way not done at other schools? Red herring. No one said you were. But it is suspicious when a school makes this kind of distinction. He doth protest too much. What? Again, please explain how this college distinguishes itself in a way not done by other schools. Please don't tell us that was your market research. I have to think that you're more sophisticated than that, and that your tertiary school is designed to attract others besides return customers. Okay. Which part would you like? Seriously, you'll be picked apart quite frequently if you (a) don't show quality in your design and (b) toss out unsubstantiated (and refutable) marketing statements like this one. Some might perceive it to be spam. Okay, but it is relevant to see where you are now, too. DETC? Did I call that or what? And an accredited master's for less than $5K? I'm looking forward to that one. Several people have been involved in school start-ups to varying degrees. "Involved" because that's all you are; you're not doing it by yourself. Yes, they do. But this isn't one of them. Not yet, anyway. And thank you for this wonderful opportunity to observe. Good luck in your quest.