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Type of Entity
Limited Liability Corporation
Contact InformationPrincipal: Mrs. Maria Garcia
Number of Employees
Correspondence Schools, Educational Consultants
Products & Services
BBB has received complaints from consumers in Texas, Ohio, and South Carolina who say they passed Jefferson High School Online's test and paid more than $200 to receive a high school diploma. When the students tried to enroll in college using the diploma they were told that it was not valid.
The first part of the test is a questionnaire that asks students several "life experience" questions, including what type of music they like, how often they listen to music or read and how physically active they are. Jefferson High School Online's Web site says the answers on this portion of the test will count toward the students "elective and life experiences credits."
After students complete the life experience questionnaire they are given a multiple choice test in language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. If a student answers a question incorrectly they are given a hint, and three more chances to select the correct answer from the four possible answers given for each question.
Jefferson High School Online is owned by MMDS Ltd., based out of St. Kitts, a small country in the eastern Caribbean. MMDS Ltd. also operates a Web site called Vencer High School Online. Aside from using a different name, the site is an exact replica of Jefferson High School, and offers the same services.