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"The 13th Year"
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MLMPIPA

The 13th year

Do you want to have the same job opportunities and career advantages as everyone who received an accredited High School Diploma?

Apply today to become a 13th Year Student!

Complete high school

What does it mean to be a “13th Year Student”?

Normally a high school diploma signifies that a student has met all of the full requirements for graduating from high school. When the student fails to meet all of the requirements to graduate from high school, they either drop out or receive a certificate of completion.  certificate of completion signifies that a student has completed high school but did not meet some of the requirements for graduation normally in the form of failing their high school exit examinations.  The 13th year offers students the opportunity to complete their high school experience by taking courses that substitute their High School exit examinations and graduate based on their merits.

FAQ

What Courses Must Be Completed?

Click on the scenario on the right to determine which category best describes you or your student. Then, you will find out which credits are needed in order to meet the necessary graduation requirements.

If I Received a High School Completion

Must complete an additional 3.0 Credits to meet the graduation requirements 

  • 1.0 Credit Integrity Course – Mathematics
  • 1.0 Credit Integrity Course – Reading
  • 1.0 Credit Social Emotional Development Graduate Course
If I Dropped Out Previously From High School

Must complete a minimum of 3.0 Credits to meet the graduation requirements 

  • 1.0 Credit Integrity Course – Mathematics
  • 1.0 Credit Integrity Course – Language Arts
  • 1.0 Credit Social Emotional Development Graduate Course
  • Additional courses may be required depending on what year the student dropped out of school.
State Mandated Graduation

Meeting Requirements

In Florida, there are no statutory requirements for student assessment. The owners of private elementary and secondary schools in Florida are solely responsible for all aspects of their educational programs, including student assessment. S. 1002.42(2)(h), F.S. 

To ensure that all students are able to graduate with a high school diploma, MLMP strives to maintain the highest standards in education through the attainment of an elite accreditation.  An Accreditation is meant to protect students, schools, and employers and ensure academic quality. It ensures that a school is teaching its students at a State and nationally acceptable level and provides programs that are found to have value and substance.

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Become a 13th Year Student!

Complete the form below to submit your application for becoming a 13th Year Student!