Students at the Holy State University
Our doctrine is to provide any form of education to any person. Your religious background (or absence of it) is irrelevant to us, we are not asking to change your religious affiliation. We do have religious studies, but in majority, our education is not religious, it is regular educational studies in any discipline opened to all people around the World.
Age of Our Students
Any age is a good age... We have no limits, starting age is 15 years old. Many probably would be surprised. We can explain. Our research indicated that any person has ability to utilize his/her intellectual potentials at young age and 15 years is a reasonable age.
For some forms of education we have no requirements for High School diploma. For other forms of degrees, starting from associate degree, we require High School diploma, but as a condition for the receiving degree. In another words, any person, starting from the age of 15 years can be our student in our degree programs, for example, associate or bachelor, but university degree would not be awarded, unless person can provide satisfactory proof of the completion of High School or equivalent education. Student can complete High School requirements in our University, as well.
This approach can open unlimited opportunities for many individuals. Many probably will be able to receive college degree almost at the time when they would graduate from the High School.
Any person under age 18 (minor) must provide affidavit from parents or guardians (including documents establishing parent or guardian relationship with minor), giving his/her consent in writing with clear details describing parents/guardians responsibilities for providing payments on behalf of minor (unless person has own funds).
Parents/legal guardians are also executing educational agreement in their names on behalf of minor (all forms would be provided).
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