The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Utah high school students have something entrepreneurs now covet: access to the state’s Electronic High School. Some Utah businessmen would like to purchase access to the state’s online high school curriculum and sell it internationally. The businessmen pitched their plan to the Board of Education, where it was greeted with cautious optimism. The pitchmen envision a plan where both adult and international students could receive an actual U.S. high school diploma rather than a GED or international baccalaureate certificate. The businessmen want to offer a curriculum that is already proven and accredited, rather than create an entirely new one from scratch. They are targeting Utah’s Electronic High School because it came online in 1994, and currently serves approximately 57,000 students. The board has requested a more concrete business plan, but has agreed to the plan in theory and has voted to study its feasibility…