Today’s Special Occasion: National Paper Airplane Day
It’s May 26, and today’s unofficial holiday is National Paper Airplane Day. We mention this because sometimes people wonder what to do with graded exams and other documents in their middle school correspondence courses and high school correspondence courses. As fun as paper airplanes can be, we recommend not turning your graded exams into paper airplanes. In fact, we recommend saving all of your graded exams and other important documents at least until your course is completed and preferably until the time you graduate. Although we keep safe, secure and accurate student records on our internal record system, it is always a good idea to keep paper documents handy in case you need them. When you complete our high school diploma program and receive your diploma in the mail, please do not turn that into a paper airplane either. The same is true of any transcripts we might send you. You may wish to display your diploma and you may wish to send transcripts to colleges of your choice. Please note that if you do need a duplicate diploma or transcript, additional charges apply and information about how to obtain duplicate diplomas or transcripts is available on our FAQ page. We appreciate your understanding and hope that you find plenty of scrap paper at home so that you can participate in National Paper Airplane Day if you so choose.