Other ways to prepare for a judicial career path as a student
Before you take the bar exam, you have to get into law school. And you can’t attend law school without first going to college and for that you need a high school diploma. eAchieve Academy career-planning resources help our students find the right path towards graduating and getting into college.
Additionally, eAchieve Academy has electives and service learning courses to fill your college applications. We teach music, art, cooking, astronomy, and foreign languages starting in our elementary school classes. Our selection of honors & AP classes are another way to raise your GPA and stand out on applications.
Studying for the LSAT: Law School Admissions Process
After high school you’ll have to attend college to earn a degree and prepare for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). This test is required by every law school in the country. Your score will determine which schools may accept you as a law student. Prestigious Ivy League law schools require prospective students to have very high LSATs in addition to high GPAs.
Once you’re in law school, you’re looking at a minimum of 3 years to complete your Juris Doctor program. A Master of Laws degree only takes one year but limits your job opportunities after graduation.
eAchieve Academy graduates have been accepted into colleges and universities across the United States. We’ve even had students invited to study at international institutions. Use the study skills you establish in high school to prep for the LSATs and the bar exam.
eAchieve Academy has the resources to help you prepare for many legal careers:
- Lawyer or attorney
- Court clerk
- Legislative analyst
- Chief legal officer (CLO)
- Victim’s advocate
- Social worker
- Real estate attorney
- Human resources
More About eAchieve Academy Online Charter School
Passing the bar exam starts with a good high school education. Earn your diploma online from eAchieve Academy. Our fully accredited, K-12 public charter school offers FREE enrollment and tuition for Wisconsin students under the age of 21.
By offering online classes, our elementary, middle, and high school students can have customized, flexible schedules. Counselors help students select classes to graduate on time (or early!). And all our teachers are Wisconsin-certified teachers averaging 20 or more years of practical classroom experience.
Sign up for our online classes to get your high school diploma, apply for colleges, and start your path to law school. Learn more about how eAchieve Academy online charter school works.