Denver public school students will be able to take their high school diplomas back online after all.
The Denver Post reports that the Colorado Education Department has announced that students can take their diplomas at any of Denver Public Schools (DPST) schools after November.
Students are required to have a high school equivalency certificate and can apply for a high schools equivalency diploma through the Denver District Office of the Superintendent.
Students in Denver Public schools that are also charter schools are eligible for the program.
However, Denver Public does not offer a pilot program.
Students who need a high-school equivalency Certificate must complete a six-month wait for a replacement certificate or they will be charged for the certificates.
Denver Public has been in the process of replacing the diplomas in some of its charter schools.
DST students are able to get their diplomases through a state program called Colorado Community Achievement.
DSPT students are eligible to take back their diplomaps through the program and students can apply online.
Students can also get a certificate from the Colorado Community Assessment and Educational Support program.
Denver City Schools is also offering a pilot certificate program for its students.
Denver School District officials have been in talks with the Denver Public School System about the pilot program and have confirmed that students are available for taking back their certificates.
DPS officials also say they have not received any complaints about the program in the community.