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Central Plains Unified School District is able to offer this program for free to residents through a state-funded adult high school diploma program.

Kansas residents 20 years of age or older can now earn a diploma at no cost!


So, what are you waiting for?

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How can this program be free?

Is the high school diploma accredited?

Yes. You will receive a high school diploma that is fully accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission which is a division of AdvancEd.

Is the program online?

Yes. All of our classes are fully online, allowing you to work from anywhere and at any time.

How do I qualify?

To qualify you have to be a Kansas resident, 20 years of age or older, completed some of 10th grade, have access to a computer with internet and have not completed a GED. Students who completed some of 9th may still qualify based on work experience and completing an Experiential Learning course. Our team can evaluate your credits earned versus credits needed. Complete the form for us to connect. 

The Central Plains Diploma Completion Program is the
opportunity you’ve been looking for.

The Central Plains Diploma Completion Program is the
opportunity you’ve been looking for.

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Hear What Our Graduates Are Saying...

“If I can do it at the age of 43, anybody can do it. I had no computer skills at all, and I did it. I’m a single mom, I was working a full-time job and taking care of kids, and I was back in high school.”

~Jamie, Graduate

“Without a doubt, the Academic Coaches made all the difference. My coach was amazing and never gave up on me, even on those days when I wanted to quit, and there were a few. Never give up, and remember you’re never too old to learn!”

~Cortasha, Graduate

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"It is better late than never to get your high school diploma to further your education and just make yourself and your family proud." 

~Ashley, Graduate