Review: Texas Star Point Academy

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Veronica

Dallas, TX

#1 Jul 31, 2009
Excellent program! It's real. It's not a counterfeit. I recommend this program to those who do not have a high school diploma. If you have a GED, it's not the same as having a high school diploma. Texas Star Point Academy is the one.
Yamao Scenta

College Station, TX

#2 Jan 4, 2010
Unfortunately this is an illegitimate program and has so far been not been reviewed by the State of Texas nor any state educational boards. The test is not valid and the man who runs the program is not certified in teaching.

He is operating a diploma mill and when this program is examined all diplomas issued by the STAR POINT ACADEMY PRIVATE "ORGANIZATION" will be nullified.
Dylan

Dallas, TX

#3 Feb 26, 2010
Those opposed to educational services rendered by the Texas Star Point Academy must be somehow sinile. I am pleased to have completed my high school education with Texas Star Point Academy. Now that I have achieved this goal, I have the ability to further my education at college. Also Iím now eligible for a promotion at my work place. These achievements have enabled me to live a more productive life.

Dylan, Fort Worth, Texas
Miquel Angel

Dallas, TX

#4 Feb 26, 2010
Texas Star Point Academy has changed my life for the better. I finally earned a High School Diploma. Because of this program, I am better off today than I was without a High School Diploma. Itís an excellent program, and I do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone. If you are looking for a legitimate High School Completion Program, this is the one for you. I guarantee you.

Miguel Angel, Dallas, Texas
Terry Dane

Dallas, TX

#5 Feb 26, 2010
After I dropped out from school, I thought my future was over. Then I saw ads about High School Completion Programs. I called all the featured ads of similar program. But Texas Star Point Academy was the only one that stood by their claims. What sets Texas Star Point Academy apart from others is that the program is actually registered with the State of Texas. Additionally, the program is affordable! I earned my Diploma; got a good-paying job and now Iím planning to enroll in college. Thanks to you guys at Texas Star Point Academy.

Terry Dane, Grand Prairie, Texas
Terry Dane

Dallas, TX

#6 Feb 26, 2010
Yamao Scentis must be from another planet. Texas Star Point Academy is a bona fide educational program, helping those who never had high school diplomas receive second chance. I am proud to be a graduate from the Texas Star Point Academy. I am now in college and doing very well. Without Texas Star Point Academy, I would not have been where I am today. Instructors are excellent and qualified in their areas of disciplines. Yamao Scentis, whoever you are, get a life and stop running your nose on other people's business.

Terry Dane
Angelica Lopez

Dallas, TX

#7 Mar 14, 2010
One of the postings here is from ďMaiĒ, whose name is actually Chris. He is a coward. I know this student. I went to school with him; He is a high school drop out. He was kicked out of Texas Star Point Academy because of dishonesty.
I recommended Chris to the program, hoping that he would change his character and go through the program successfully. By his posting negative review against the officials and the school is not helping him by any means.

Here is my response to Chrisís ignorant. I graduated from Texas Star Point Academy. I find Texas Star Point Academy to be an excellent institution, helping a person like me to graduate from high school. I appreciate their Christian principles and their professionalism in their academic discipline.

Texas Star Point Academy has changed my life for the better. I finally earned my High School Diploma. Because of this program, I am better off today than I was without a High School Diploma. Itís an excellent program, and I do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone. If you are looking for a legitimate High School Completion Program, this is the one for you. I guarantee you. This program is registered with the State of Texas, and certified by the North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency and the Texas Unified Certification Program. I say to this looser, Chris, pray to God through Jesus Christ for your repentance.

Texas Star Point Academy is operated under Christian principles and under the law of the State of Texas.

Angelica Lopez, Fort Worth
Brenda Bradford

Irving, TX

#8 Mar 23, 2010
My experience with Texas Star Point Academy was a satisfying one. I graduated from Texas Star Point Academy. There is no gimmick about their program. They took time to teach me and bring me to the level by which I was able to pass my test to earn my high school diploma. I dropped out from high school 15 years ago. I never thought I would earn a high school diploma in life; but Texas Star Point Academy proved me wrong. Their techniques are genuine and effective. Unlike other surrogate programs, Texas Star Point Academy is serious about your success, and not your money. They can actually help you with a job search, resume writing and they allow you to use the school as your character and educational reference ‚€“ free of charge.

The cost of the program is affordable too. I find Texas Star Point Academy to be an excellent institution, helping a person like me to graduate from high school. I appreciate their Christian principles and their professionalism in their academic discipline.

Texas Star Point Academy has changed my life for the better. I finally earned my High School Diploma. Because of this program, I am better off today than I was without a High School Diploma. It‚€™s an excellent program, and I do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone. If you are looking for a legitimate High School Completion Program, this is the one for you. I guarantee you. This program is registered with the State of Texas, and certified by the North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency and the Texas Unified Certification Program.

Texas Star Point Academy is operated under Christian principles and under the law of the State of Texas.

Brenda Bradford, Arlington
Alicia Lopez

Dallas, TX

#9 Mar 27, 2010
One of the postings here is from ďYamao ScentaĒ, whose real name is actually Christopher Keller. He is a coward. I know this student. I went to school with him; He is a high school drop out. He was kicked out of Texas Star Point Academy because of his dishonesty. I recommended Chris to the program, hoping that he would change his character and go through the program successfully. By his posting negative review against the officials and the school is not helping him by any means.

Here is my response to Chrisís ignorant. I graduated from Texas Star Point Academy. Texas Star Point Academy is a bona fide educational program, helping those who never had high school diplomas receive a second chance. I am proud to be a graduate from the Texas Star Point Academy.

Additionally, the program is affordable! I earned my High School Diploma; got a good-paying job and now Iím planning to enroll in college. Thanks to you guys at Texas Star Point Academy. There is no gimmick about this program.

Also, I have enrolled in College and doing very well. Without Texas Star Point Academy, I would not have been where I am today. Instructors are excellent and qualified in their areas of studies. Christopher, whatever name you want to go by, get a life and stop robbing your nose on other people's business. Get a life!

Alicia Lopez, Fort Worth
tchroach

Fort Worth, TX

#10 May 26, 2011
[QUOTE who=" If you have a GED, it's not the same as having a high school diploma. Texas Star Point Academy is the one.[/QUOTE]

As a Texas State Certified Educator and Adult Education Instructor I beg to differ. This is not true. A GED is the equivilent and is recognized as such. The military will not recognize HS diplomas from "mills" but a GED is always accepted. I suggest you research your facts and not give opinion disguised as such.
tchroach

Fort Worth, TX

#11 May 26, 2011
Dylan wrote:
Those opposed to educational services rendered by the Texas Star Point Academy must be somehow sinile. I am pleased to have completed my high school education with Texas Star Point Academy. Now that I have achieved this goal, I have the ability to further my education at college. Also Iím now eligible for a promotion at my work place. These achievements have enabled me to live a more productive life.
Dylan, Fort Worth, Texas
Thats nice. But they did not teach you to spell.(senile)
amy

Cedar Hill, TX

#12 Jul 18, 2011
This school is not accredited I tried to get into college with it , and I was turned down. I was completed disappointed. I have no idea what school the other posters are planning on going to but this diploma will not work..It however good for showing your boss who will not check it out, or to a probabtion officer like a friend of mine did. But IT WILL NOT QUALIFY YOU FOR ANY ACCREDITED COLLEGE. I HAVE TRIED AND BEEN TURNED DOWN.!!!!!!!!!
bunny

Aurora, CO

#13 Mar 4, 2012
amy wrote:
This school is not accredited I tried to get into college with it , and I was turned down. I was completed disappointed. I have no idea what school the other posters are planning on going to but this diploma will not work..It however good for showing your boss who will not check it out, or to a probabtion officer like a friend of mine did. But IT WILL NOT QUALIFY YOU FOR ANY ACCREDITED COLLEGE. I HAVE TRIED AND BEEN TURNED DOWN.!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for the review, i knew the others sounded too similar too each other to be true. They all seemed a lil bit sugarcoated.
Rango

Euless, TX

#14 Apr 21, 2012
I will probably not go to college but I need some form of high school equivalency to get into a trade. Are there alternatives that are local to the HEB area that anyone has experienced? At first view this school looked like the answer I've looked for, but the reviews give doubt. Frankly, if I'm just paying for a "sample diploma" I can do just as well with Photoshop.
Cindy

United States

#15 Nov 13, 2012
Same thing happen to me i tried getting into a jr. College and they told,me its to accredited and had to get my GED.
Mary

Dallas, TX

#16 Jan 7, 2013
Texas Star Point Academy sux I'm tired of trying so many schools and Godwin that man should close that suite and let it be use by something legit... The diploma is NOT ACCREDITED
Lindsey w

Humble, TX

#17 Jun 20, 2013
same here i've went to trade schools and different beauty schools ( Toni &Guy & Paul Mitchell , Texas Barber\and styling college )and they have all told me this is not accredited threw the state that I would need to get my GED and inroll. For anyone saying this is CREDITED is a LIE . since 2008 I've been dealing with this . its terrible but this is a puppy mill for h.s DEPLOMA's ive meet the man who runs this its outta a small office in hurts and They make everything appear as if its accredited but yet ever school - college- trade school ive went to they all have told me this is not accredited and i would have to get a GED . I seriouly wish i would have done my homework in more ways than just one
Mike Brown

Richardson, TX

#19 Aug 13, 2014
Alicia Lopez wrote:
One of the postings here is from ďYamao ScentaĒ, whose real name is actually Christopher Keller. He is a coward. I know this student. I went to school with him; He is a high school drop out. He was kicked out of Texas Star Point Academy because of his dishonesty. I recommended Chris to the program, hoping that he would change his character and go through the program successfully. By his posting negative review against the officials and the school is not helping him by any means.
Here is my response to Chrisís ignorant. I graduated from Texas Star Point Academy. Texas Star Point Academy is a bona fide educational program, helping those who never had high school diplomas receive a second chance. I am proud to be a graduate from the Texas Star Point Academy.
Additionally, the program is affordable! I earned my High School Diploma; got a good-paying job and now Iím planning to enroll in college. Thanks to you guys at Texas Star Point Academy. There is no gimmick about this program.
Also, I have enrolled in College and doing very well. Without Texas Star Point Academy, I would not have been where I am today. Instructors are excellent and qualified in their areas of studies. Christopher, whatever name you want to go by, get a life and stop robbing your nose on other people's business. Get a life!
Alicia Lopez, Fort Worth
How can you say they're "bona fide"? They are NOT ACCREDITED! AND claiming they are! Good luck getting into college! And before you cut people down online. Do your homework first and just keep track of your "own back.yard" I'm sure it isn't so clean! This school is a hoax!
tiffany wesley

Fort Worth, TX

#20 Oct 27, 2014
I thought I had no chance to get a diploma but thanks for this program is was possible. NOW I am proud and can go on to getting degree
Bad butt Johnny

El Paso, TX

#21 Nov 5, 2014
tiffany wesley wrote:
I thought I had no chance to get a diploma but thanks for this program is was possible. NOW I am proud and can go on to getting degree
Hopefully you can get more than a degree to. Now that you have a job, you can get a man who loves you for you who are and plays with your sweet ass (assuming you have one) on a regular basis.

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