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.
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.
In recent years, online education has expanded greatly in popularity. Kids across the United States are steadily gaining access to online classes to supplement or replace their traditional school setting.
If you're the parent of a gifted child, you're forgiven for ever having thought it would be easy.
For students living with medical issues, attending a brick and mortar school can be difficult. Balancing their health and studies while sitting in class for long stretches at a time can cause problems.
Wisconsin high school students who need to make up credits in order to graduate with their class or finish high school can apply for free enrollment at eAchieve Academy.
School can be difficult for students who are often on the move from one state or country to another but are still Wisconsin residents.
Sometimes, events outside of your control make it impossible to continue attending face-to-face school.
At eAchieve Academy, you aren't confined to a one-size-fits-all classroom. Learn at your own pace and study when and where it best fits your lifestyle.
Going to a foreign country as a Missionary Kid can be a big challenge. Culture shock, language barriers and different notions of what is acceptable behavior make the change difficult for many children.
In November, eAchieve Academy sophomore and hopeful Olympic luge racer Sophia Gordon advanced to the final stage of the Youth Olympic Games selection process by finishing second at the qualifying race in Lake Placid, NY with a time of 1:30.011 and 230 points.
eAchieve Graduate Brandon Lemke is now competing on the Leicht Motorsports Driver Development team and a contender for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series South Carolina Rookie of the Year crown.
Congratulations to the more than 300 students whose hard work and persistence landed them on the academic honor roll for the 2nd semester of the 2018-19 school year.
Congratulations to the more than 300 students whose hard work and persistence landed them on the academic honor roll for the 1st semester of the 2018-19 school year.
No one can succeed without education, but for students to learn to their full potential, they must have options.
eAchieve Academy congratulates the 215 students who earned academic honors during the second semester of the 2016-2017 school year. Students who earned a grade point average of 3.0 – 3.499 are included in the honor roll.
In August, ten eAchieve Academy students joined the ranks of the elite ACT 30+ Club by scoring 30 or higher on the ACT exam.
Three students from eAchieve Academy - Wisconsin have qualified to compete in the National MathCON 2017 Finals. There were approximately 50,000 online round participants from across the country.
eAchieve Academy congratulates the 257 students who earned academic honors during the first semester of the 2016-2017 school year.
What defines an outstanding student? Sure, getting good grades is important. But there are other attributes that can define success such as working hard, overcoming obstacles, persistence, etc.