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Students have access to eight locations to help with study and personal teaching

Here’s another advantage of this free program for a high school diploma. Most students finishing their coursework for a high school diploma have ONLY one location for study. At the College and Career Preparatory Academy (CCPA), there are eight places that a student could visit to meet with a teacher — for 1-on-1 guidance — or use the facility to help with independent studies.

According to Dave Connor, Principal at CCPA, “Our goal is to give students every possible opportunity to find the support they need. We’re here to personally help them every step of the way; right until they take their steps to receive their high school diploma at our graduation ceremonies. In fact, we even provide assistance so students can step into college, or into a new career.”

The eight locations to finish your high school diploma are all in Orange County, including sites in Santa Ana, Anaheim, Los Alamitos, Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Mission Viejo and San Juan Capistrano. And there are even more in the works. As the CCPA program expands, additional sites will be added to provide even more convenience for future students.

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