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5 Steps to Graduating Early from Online High School

Who says you must follow the rules when it comes to high school graduation? Online schools attract students who aren’t afraid to operate outside of the norm. That’s why some of these students work toward graduating early–in less than the traditional four years. You can too. Here’s how. Set a target graduation date. The sooner […]

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What is it like to go to a virtual high school?

You don’t necessarily grow up faster in a virtual high school, but for some students it is a structure that develops confidence, assertiveness, and other skills that will serve them in the workforce. The day-to-day experience is largely created by students, who are responsible for completing assignments–on their own time. Many find that they have […]

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How Online Learning Equips you for your Future Workplace

What career are you planning on pursuing? Medical technician? Computer systems analyst? How about a mechanical engineer, IT manager or marketing specialist? With the way that technology is affecting just about everything, including the workplace, it’s quite possible that the jobs that exist tomorrow could look significantly different than they do today. In fact, some […]

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5 Reasons to Enroll in AP Classes at an Online High School

Once you’ve decided on an online education, you may also want to consider enrolling in an online high school with Advanced Placement (AP) classes. There is an ongoing debate as to whether enrolling in AP courses should be the route to earning college credit. Depending upon which colleges you apply to, there’s a chance some […]

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How Online Educators Aid Standardized Test Prep

Last year, technical failures and frustration about efficacy erupted, hindering traditional school state standardized testing. Despite challenges in arranging tests, according to bloggED, online public schools “consistently meet the federally required 95 percent test participation rate.” Why are standardized tests seemingly better executed in virtual schools? Although held to the same standards as traditional schools, […]

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Enroll Now and Learn on Your Time

Enroll Now for Achieve Virtual’s Fall 2017 Semester and Learn on Your Time Online high school gives you the ability to pursue an education in a flexible manner. And it’s not too late to register for Achieve Virtual Education Academy’s upcoming fall semester! The fall semester runs from July 27 through December 22nd. Enrollment is […]

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Summer Reading: Learn and Prep for the New School Year

Indianapolis Public Library’s 2017 Summer Reading Program, Read it and Eat, is one fun way to learn, win prizes like Colts tickets, practical gifts like college savings accounts and give back via Gleaners Food Bank donations. But whether in a formal program like this or one you create, summer reading can help you get a […]

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High School Diploma or Equivalency Test

Which Matters Most to Employers? “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” –Malcolm X Graduating or earning your high school diploma is big deal in American culture. In fact, early withdrawal from high school isn’t conclusive to your education or work prospects. Second chance programs, […]

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10 Ways to Meet Your Physical Education Credits in Virtual School

Whether it’s math, science or World History & Civilization, students often wonder how school subjects they learn relate to “real life.” There’s no doubt that athletic habits contribute to overall health in “the real world,” but how does physical education fit in an online education? As many online students can attest, it can work quite […]

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Landing Your First Job After School

Tips For Landing Your First Job After School You don’t have to graduate with a degree in sales to market yourself, but you will need a plan to keep up with your competition in the job market. Landing a job after graduating can be taxing. Some employers won’t hire you if you lack experience. But […]

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