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Hi - my oldest son will be in college in about 4 years. He is in a non-accredited private school now, and I am beginning to wonder, despite his good grades, whether he can compete well for college admissions and scholarships because of the accreditation issue. Can someone shed some light on this from a practical experience point of view? Should we switch to an accredited high school so he can compete well for scholarships and college admission?

Thank you for any guidance.
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