Debunking Myths Infographic

There are many myths and misconceptions floating around about virtual education. In fact, quality virtual schools can provide an alternative solution for students that is just as rigorous and valuable as a traditional high school experience. Learning is no longer confined to the four walls of a classroom, but rather can happen anytime, anywhere. Check […]

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Creative Commons

This post is part three in a series on copyright compliance online. There is an easy way to be sure that you are including images in your online courses and products that you are allowed to use.  Creative Commons is an organization that allows anyone to license their images, videos, music, or other work for free. […]

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Student Tech Tip: Math Review Tools

If you are an online math student with a phone or tablet, here are some apps and websites that might help with some of your online courses and give you extra practice.   Khan Academy Khan Academy allows you to watch videos over various math topics and challenges you to show mastery through a game-based […]

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5 Benefits of Virtual Schooling

There are many benefits to attending a virtual high school.  If you or your child are interested in this option, take a look at just five of the benefits of online learning.   1. Flexibility Without online education, there isn’t a traditional 8-3 schedule.  Students have the ability to learn when and where they want. […]

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Infographic: Evolution of Virtual Education

The success of education is dependent on evolution and adaptation. While traditional environments have worked before, one type of education that has evolved with the digital age is virtual education, which has influenced efficiency in today’s learning environments. While most people think of virtual education as online education, virtual education is defined as any educational […]

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Fair Use

This post is part two in a series on copyright compliance online. Fair Use is a term that is used frequently, but do you really know what it means? Many teachers think that anything they want to use is fair use because it is for educational purposes.  That is not necessarily true.  Fair Use is […]

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April Student Tech Tip: Getting Academic Help

For this month’s student tech tip, I’d like to highlight two resources shared on the Edudemic website. Edudemic is a site that provides educational technology help for both students and teachers.  In the past year they have shared two different resources that the students at Achieve Virtual might benefit from. The 5 Best Study Aid […]

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Meet the Teacher: John Wentland

We recently interviewed Mr. John Wentland, one of our fantastic science teachers here at Achieve Virtual.  He was voted as March’s You Make a Difference award winner and for good reason.  Mr. Wentland currently teaches Chemistry at Crawfordsville High School in Indiana as well as ICP and Chemistry for us at Achieve Virtual.  Our principal, […]

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Summer School Enrollment Open

We are currently accepting summer school enrollments (and filling up QUICKLY).  Summer is a great time to take online courses.  Here are just some of the reasons you might want to take a class online this summer: Catch up on previous classes that you may have failed Earn extra credits to graduate on time and […]

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Student Spotlight: Janena

Our newest student of the month is Janena.  She is a junior at Achieve Virtual.  She enrolled with us because she wanted to be in the MSD of Wayne Township and had heard great things about the school from another former student.  After graduation, Janena is planning to attend Purdue University and major in Psychology. We […]

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