Lost My High School Diploma?

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If you have lost your high school diploma, you can contact your high school to have a new one sent. The high school may require letter or a form requesting a certified copy of your diploma. If the school you went to no longer exists, you can call the school district to get your diploma. Lost diplomas are not that uncommon, as it is not typically a document that many people keep readily hand for immediate use.
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Not having a physical copy of your high school diploma won't keep you from getting a job or from getting accepted to another school. A diploma isn't considered an official document.
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You get a copy of your high school diploma by calling the high school you went to. When you get a hold of your high school and can show you graduated they will ask for your home address
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If you just lost the document, try to contact the school or district to see if they can assist you in getting a new copy. If it was somehow invalidated, you would have to take some
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1. Contact your local department of education and request information on the GED requirements and test dates in your state. Find out if you're eligible to take the test and how to
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