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How does the Georgia HOPE Scholarship program work for accredited v. non-accredited homeschool students?

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Accredited: Currently, students who graduate from an accredited Georgia high school with a cumulative "B" average (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) qualify for a HOPE Scholarship to attend one of Georgia's public or private colleges or universities. Non-accredited: Home school students who maintain a "B" (3.0) average during their first year in college (30 hours) may retroactively qualify for a HOPE Scholarship under a program approved by the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC). These students are also eligible if they score in the 85th percentile or higher on standardized (SAT, ACT) tests. To quote the GA HOPE program directly (copied from their website on 04-26-2009): "Home-Schooled Students or Graduates from Ineligible High Schools Home-schooled students who completed their home study requirements in 1997 or later and students who graduated from an ineligible high school in 1997 or later may receive the HOPE Scholarship retroactively for their freshman year of college if they earn a 3.00 ... more
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Accredited: Currently, students who graduate from an accredited Georgia high school with a cumulative "B" average (3.0 on a 4.0 scale; 3.2 for career/tech prep students) qualify for a HOPE Scholarship to attend one of Georgia's public or private colleges or universities. Non-accredited: Home educated students who maintain a "B" (3.0) average during their first year in college (30 hours) may retroactively qualify for a HOPE Scholarship under a program approved by the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC). These students are also eligible if they score in the 85th percentile or higher on standardized (SAT, ACT) tests. To quote the GA HOPE program directly (copied from their website on 04-26-2009): "Home-Schooled Students or Graduates from Ineligible High Schools Home-schooled students who completed their home study requirements in 1997 or later and students who graduated from an ineligible high school in 1997 or later may receive the HOPE Scholarship retroactively for their ... more
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