Frequently Asked Questions

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Students have six (6) months to complete the program.

Home Schooling is recognized under state law by House Bill 944 of the Texas Legislature.

The cost to obtain a High School Diploma through our Home Schooling Program is $300.  In addition, there will be a convenience fee added automatically for all credit card transactions at the time of registration.    

We are a home school recognized in Texas.  Texas law recognizes high school diplomas awarded by home schools and allows recipients of home school diplomas to attend any public community college or public university located in Texas.


*Please Note:  We do not guarantee acceptance into trade or technical schools.  Acceptance into any college or university requires that students meet all admission requirements; however, obtaining your high school diploma is the first step in advancing your career and is an admission requirement into any college or university.

Students can check their test results by calling the office.

To request an official transcript, you will have to click on the Transcript button at top of the page to access the following website:  https://salatx.scriborder.com.  Students will no longer be able to call the office to order official transcripts.  All official transcript will need to be ordered online.  In  addition, there will be a fee to order the transcripts.  

Yes, we welcome individuals from other states or countries to enroll in our program.

 

Note:  While Texas state community colleges and universities accept SA Leadership Academy graduate diplomas, we cannot guarantee that other state higher learning institutions will accept home school diplomas.  Therefore, we strongly encourage that you investigate institutions of higher learning in your area (outside of Texas) regarding their admission requirements.

Staff will be available to assist you with any questions that you may have regarding your exam(s).

Can you fax transcripts?
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We are able to fax "unofficial" transcripts.  Official transcripts (sealed) must be picked up at the office.

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What is your school code?

As a private home schooling program, we do not have an assigned numeric code; therefore, when asked for a school code enter "Home School" in the field provided.

Yes, unless coming from another country.  As long as you have some type of official ID card issued by your country, you will be able to enroll in our program.

Official Transcript; Valid ID (any pictured state issued ID or passport); Social Security Card, Birth Certificate (if under 18); Utility Bill; Legal Parent/Guardian picture ID required if student is under 18.

Any state or country ID is accepted, including passport.

It can take up to 2 weeks to obtain test results and your diploma.

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How old do you have to be in order to enroll?

Program acceptance is 16 years of age or older.

How can I get my GPA?
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GPA will be shown on your transcript.  

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Can I join the military?

A high school diploma makes you eligible for military service.  The United States Armed Forces are not supposed to discriminate against home schoolers, however, before enrolling, we recommend you speak to a military recruiter from the service you are interested in joining.

Do I have to schedule an appointment?
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There is no need to schedule an appointment.

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Can I enroll at a Trade/Tech school?

Trade/technical schools have varying criteria; therefore, we suggest you check with the school of your choice to secure their admission requirements before applying for our program.

What forms of payment do you accept?
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We accept the following forms of payment:  Cash, Money orders, cashier checks and credit/debit cards.

Can I get a refund?
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Please call our office for detailed refund information.

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Can someone else register me?

No, interested students must be present at time of enrollment.

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