Miller-Motte College Announces New High School Completion Program Available to Prospective Students
Program Serves as Pathway to Higher Education and Career Training, Offers Opportunity to Earn a Diploma through Penn Foster High School
Wilmington, NC (3.2.2017) — Miller-Motte College announced the availability of a new high school completion program for Wilmington residents through its partner, Penn Foster, one of the oldest and largest high schools in the United States. This new program is designed for students from traditional high school age to adult learners who are interested in pursuing higher education and career training but lack the proper credentials, including proof of high school graduation.
Students accepted into Miller-Motte’s high school completion program can earn a regionally and nationally accredited Penn Foster High School diploma at their own pace through a combination of online and classroom instruction offered right on the Wilmington campus, at no cost to them. Transfer credits may be awarded towards this 21-credit curriculum for students who have completed some level of high school and/or GED. Upon completion of the Penn Foster High School program, students now have the option to continue their education and career training with Miller-Motte College.
“We are pleased to partner with Penn Foster to introduce a program of this caliber,” said Erin Easton, Campus Director. “It is our hope that the program will not only support our students but also the entire community by providing residents with a pathway to pursue higher education and career training, especially for in-demand careers in areas such as Healthcare, Business and Beauty & Wellness.”
Penn Foster is one of the largest high schools in the United States with more than 60,000 students through direct enrollment or partnerships with career colleges and national youth organizations including Job Corps and YouthBuild. In 2014, nearly 20,000 students graduated with a Penn Foster high school diploma. The high school is licensed by the Pennsylvania State Board of Private Licensed Schools, and regionally accredited by the Commission on Secondary Schools of the Middle States Association (CSS-MSA) and the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC).
For more information, please contact Erin Easton at 910.442.3409.
Miller-Motte College provides career training in fields such as Beauty & Wellness, Business, Healthcare, Legal & Protective Services, Skilled Trades and Technology. The mission of Miller-Motte is to prepare students for career-focused employment by delivering relevant career training. Visit us online at Miller-Motte.edu to view our complete list of program offerings at each campus. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. To learn more about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the programs and other important information, please visit Disclosure.Miller-Motte.edu.
About Penn Foster
Founded in 1890, Penn Foster has been a leader in career-focused distance and hybrid learning for 125 years through its high school, career school and college. Through direct enrollment by students as well as partnerships with schools and businesses, more than 13 million people have taken Penn Foster-enabled courses to further their education and better position them for life success. Today, Penn Foster enrolls more than 100,000 new students each year in programs designed to address the gap in middle skilled careers. Penn Foster combines affordable career-oriented education with a flexible delivery model ranging from pure play online to onsite hybrid learning solutions. For more information, visit PennFoster.edu.