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Are you a student looking to transfer and finish high school early online? Online high school offers you accelerated learning options to achieve your goal.
Deciding to enroll in online school should be an informed decision. For that reason, it is important to consider the pros and cons of online school.
The short answer is - yes! Most colleges, universities and technical/vocational colleges accept students who graduate from an online high school.
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is a nationwide college readiness system in which educators are taught to hold students highly accountable while providing them with the academic and social support they need to rise to the challenge.
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The path to becoming a doctor can begin as early as high school for many students once they’ve identified their chosen career field. eAchieve Academy offers a huge selection of tuition-free online courses for Wisconsin students to help prepare them for a career in the medical field.
A great education starts with a good night’s sleep. Important functions take place during sleep, and many of these functions have to do with memory and learning.
For students with Olympic aspirations or world-class athletic abilities, balancing practice and school is difficult.
Gifted students sometimes find themselves bored in class at traditional brick and mortar schools.
It’s never too early for college-bound middle school students to start thinking about their high school career.
Standard classes may not be advanced placement, but it doesn't mean they aren't valuable.
The landscape of advanced classes high school students have available to them is a great opportunity, but it can also be confusing trying to decide which option is best for your future.
eAchieve Academy offers accredited online education for elementary, middle and high school students on the autism spectrum.
Traditional classrooms are filled with neatly aligned rows of desks, maybe a chalkboard or whiteboard. Some contemporary classrooms arrange students so they can face each other to facilitate discussion or place desks in pods or small groups.
Starting online schooling can be complicated: When can you start? What age do you have to be? Can you start online school in the middle of the semester?
Online education, also known as distance learning, is a relatively new concept to most people.
More and more adults no longer climb into their cars each morning, ready to battle traffic for the commute to work. Instead, they head to their desk, kitchen table or wherever they prefer to work with their computer remotely.
Online learning has become an increasingly popular choice for many students, particularly students for whom the conventional high school classroom experience just doesn’t work. Students with ADHD definitely fall into that category.
There is no doubt a high school diploma opens up many doors for graduates. Online high school diplomas, though, sometimes have a stigma associated with them.