Today’s Anniversary: The Four Freedoms Speech

It’s January 6, and on this date in 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave his Four Freedoms Speech.  FDR’s four freedoms were freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want and freedom from fear.  That quartet got us thinking about a quartet of our own.  We call them our Four C’s, and they are curriculum, cost, credibility and caring student service.   Our curriculum includes high-quality middle school correspondence courses, online middle school courses, high school correspondence courses and online high school courses.  Take them individually for credit recovery purposes or enrichment, or you can take them collectively as part of full-year or full diploma programs.  Our cost is much lower than competitors because we are a non-profit business and offer all-inclusive tuition.  Our credibility comes from being accredited by three accrediting bodies and recognized by our home state of Illinois.  Finally, our caring student service ensures that you’ll be supported every step of your way.    You’ll have freedom from fear after you enroll and become our student, so why not get started by enrolling today?