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HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

Aaron Academy students who meet our high school graduation requirements will earn a High School Diploma.

Colleges that have accepted our High School Diplomas

U of Tennessee
U of Kentucky
U of Memphis
U of Mississippi
U of North Carolina
U of Phoenix
U of Chattanooga
U of Oklahoma
U of Alabama
Austin Peay State
Belmont University
Bethel University
Bryan College
Cedarville University
Christian Brothers U
Covenant College
Cumberland U
Evangel University
Freed-Hardeman U

Harding University
Lee University
Liberty University
Lipscomb University
Martin Methodist
Middle TN State
Motley State
Murray State
Pensacola Christian
Pepperdine U
Shorter University
Tennessee State
Trevecca Nazarene
Union University
Vanderbilt University
Volunteer State
Watkins College
Western Kentucky
and many more.

Colleges that have accepted our High School Diplomas

University of Tennessee
University of Kentucky
University of Memphis
University of Mississippi
University of North Carolina
University of Phoenix
University of Chattanooga
University of Oklahoma
University of Alabama
Austin Peay State University
Belmont University
Bethel University
Bryan College
Cedarville University
Christian Brothers University
Covenant College
Cumberland University
Evangel University
Freed-Hardeman University
Harding University
Lee University
Liberty University
Lipscomb University
Martin Methodist
Middle TN State University
Motley State
Murray State
Pensacola Christian
Pepperdine University
Shorter University
Tennessee State
Trevecca Nazarene
Union University
Vanderbilt University
Volunteer State
Watkins College
Western Kentucky
and many more.
Tennessee Bill 433

On June 1, 2009, Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen approved legislation requiring all state and local government entities to recognize high school diplomas awarded by homeschools and church-related schools the same as diplomas awarded by public schools.

The chief architect of this legislation was Representative Mike Bell (District 23), who worked closely with the Tennessee Home Education Association in guiding the proposal through the Tennessee General Assembly. The final version of the new law was designated as Senate Bill 433, its primary sponsor being Senator Dewayne Bunch (District 9).

College admission and public employment are often conditioned upon the applicant’s having a state-recognized high school diploma. In recent years in Tennessee, graduates of homeschools and church-related schools have been denied these opportunities because their diploma was not approved by the Tennessee Department of Education. S.B. 433 has eliminated this discrimination and placed homeschool and church-related school graduates on equal footing with public school graduates.

For more information about homeschool laws in your state visit... HSLDA

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