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Thank you for your interest in Harvard High School International.   It was our vision from inception to create a place where those who needed education equality or even a ‘second chance’ at high school education could get the help they need to complete the high school education phase of their journey. 


Today, our vision is a reality as a plethora of students have benefited from our high school equivalency program through Harvard High School International.


It is our hope that once these students have completed their high school requirements they would experience more fulfilled 

You'll earn your High School Diploma from Accredited Harvard High School International.  Harvard High School International is accredited by the ACU (Association of Christian Universities), the ACNHS (Accrediting Commission of North American High Schools)Life College Inc.

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lives and have more educational opportunities afforded them; like our partnership with Life College.  This expressed hope has also become a reality for so many.  


Again, thank you!


See you at the top!



Daisy R. Wade, Th.D



Our History

In the 1980’s, Dr. Bernie L. Wade, through his various endeavors assisting the socially and economically disadvantaged came to realize that percentage of young men and women who do not complete high school is as high as 20% in some areas. 

 This leaves millions of Americans without a high school diploma.  Dr. Wade envisioned a day when all students were able to have a High School Diploma. 



Our high school diploma programs are online, affordable, flexible, and supported for all types of learners. Harvard High School accredited diploma will help you enter the workforce, continue your training in a career, or attend the college of your choosing. Find where you fit.

Our Philosophy

Harvard High School International (HHSI) was established in 1990 with a vision to assist men and women who had not completed their high school requirements.  


The vision was to create a school where: 

(a)  Everyone (100%) of Americans would have a high school diploma.

(b)  Meets the need of students traditionally victimized by the educational system (i.e. minorities and women).  

(c)  Meets the needs of students who left high school because of financial hardship, pregnancy, etc.

(d)  Meets the requirements of high school in a timely manner so that the student would be able to achieve education equality with their peers without additional years of study. 

Today, thousands have benefited by the innovative approach that the academic staff of HHSI provides.


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