LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- Goodwill Arkansas is now giving people the chance to graduate with a high school diploma.
The Excel Center at Goodwill opens on Monday in the Capital City.
During this, professional staff and life coaches teach students in flexible, but structured eight week sessions. The tuition is free for everyone.
An estimated 300K Arkansans are currently without a high school diploma. It's a need Goodwill has been working to meet since 2015.
"Why would Goodwill be willing to commit the substantial funds to support the operation of a high school. The answer is it's our mission."
The school is supported by Arkansans who shop and donate in Goodwill stores.
This is the first school of its kind in Arkansas, but Goodwill hopes to build more across the state.
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