The legal field is full of job opportunities for bright students. It’s never too early to start preparing for law school. Wisconsin students who want to become lawyers or judges should start now with the right online high school classes through eAchieve Academy.
Our FREE online charter school curriculum has part- and full-time classes in social studies, English, and other subjects common in the legal field. Honors and AP classes can raise your GPA and improve your college transcripts. Earn your high school diploma online from eAchieve Academy. Then go on to university, law school and start your career.
Preparing For Your Career
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.
Taking AP classes in high school is an excellent way to prepare for the academic rigors of college and law school. No matter which subjects you’re interested in, the skills you build by succeeding in AP coursework will lay a strong foundation for your intended career in law.
eAchieve offers a wide range of free online AP classes for Wisconsin high school students.
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.
Social Studies Courses
The law keeps the world running in order. If you want to work in law, you’ll need to understand why we have the laws we do. Social studies courses covering social issues, world history, government, and criminal law are all recommended for future legal workers.
Critical thinking is the cornerstone of law. You need to know how to interpret the intent and letter of the law if you want to have a successful legal career. eAchieve English classes cover more than just writing and reading comprehension. Learning how to read effectively can make life easier when you’re stuck reviewing an old legal document used to establish precedent. We also have AP classes which go over classic and modern literature.
World Language Courses
Knowing multiple languages can expand your job opportunities in the legal field. Being bilingual or even trilingual can open the door for countless job offers all over the world. eAchieve language classes include beginner and AP-level Spanish, French, German, and Chinese.
A lot of legal terminology is based on Latin. Our Latin 1, 2, and 3 language courses teach you basic grammar and vocabulary.
Information Technology (IT) Courses
Medical sciences deal require a lot of study and additional education beyond college. Get a head start by learning basics Health and PE classes from eAchieve online. Learn about good health and nutrition or the basics of human anatomy.
Business Education Courses
Business education classes are a smart choice for high school students interested in working as a business lawyer. Business lawyers can work at law firms or be employed as in-house counsel in a wide variety of business types.
- Lawyer or attorney
- Compliance specialist
- Law firm administrator
- Court clerk
- Legislative analyst
- Chief legal officer (CLO)
- Court messenger
- Legal recruiter
- Legal secretary
- E-discovery professional
- Conflicts analyst
- Victim’s advocate
- Social worker
- Real estate attorney
Opportunities To Specialize
Opportunities To Specialize
Choose the route that interests you the most. A Law degree can also be a stepping stone to other exciting careers in international corporations or NGOs.
Legal professionals are very well-paid in the grand scheme of careers, which is an attractive benefit of the profession.
The demand for legal professionals is constant and doesn’t depend much on the economy. Getting a Law degree and legal experience can also be used in other careers or interests.
Your colleagues will be well-educated and hard-working, they will challenge you, keep you on your toes, and make you an excellent legal professional.
The legal profession is sophisticated and respected as it has a long and important history and role in society. Your hard work does not go unnoticed.
At big Law firms, legal professionals have the opportunity to travel. It can be refreshing to leave the city and work on the road for a change of scenery.
Meet Our School Councelors
Enrolling in online school can be a difficult transition for students transferring from traditional brick-and-mortar schools. Students are expected to be more independent and self-disciplined. Virtual education requires a broader skillset than traditional schools. eAchieve Academy gives every student access to counselors throughout their online academic career.
Are You Ready To Enroll At eAchieve?Enrollment Info
- Full & Part Time Enrollment
- Immediate Enrollment Options
- TUITION-FREE For All Wisconsin Residents
- Open To Students Outside of WI