Transitioning from Online School to College

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Transitioning from Online School to College

Adjusting to anything new can be stressful and challenging. However, making the leap from high school to college can be incredibly difficult. You’re adjusting to an entirely new environment – including the school, students, teachers, a new room and a more rigorous academic schedule. That’s why you’ll likely experience what many people frequently describe as […]

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Dual Credits

The Benefits of Dual Credits in High School

If you’re like most students, tuition fees are among the first things that come to mind when considering a college career. Of course, that’s for good reason. The average cost for tuition and fees range from about $10,000 to $35,000 annually, depending upon whether you attend a public or private school. Additionally, that doesn’t include […]

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Virtual high school offers many benefits to students in need of nontraditional learning.

Four Reasons to Enroll in a Virtual High School Program

There’s no denying that virtual high schools made headlines in 2017, providing opportunities for thousands of displaced students following this fall’s hurricanes, creating new options for students living in rural and isolated communities, and allowing refuge for students facing an increase in bullying and cyberbullying. Virtual high schools present a myriad of benefits for a […]

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Online high school experience

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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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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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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Financing Education: Getting High School Diploma and College Credits Simultaneously

Financing Education: How to Get Your High School Diploma and College Credits at the Same Time The key to your career path can also be a stumbling block: education is expensive. But you can maximize the time and money you spend by consolidating effort. Today, you have the option to apply and receive credits for […]

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Student Tip: Quick Access to Courses

If you are a full-time student, you may have several courses throughout the year. One way to organize your courses is to favorite the classes you are currently taking. When you log in to the Wayne Learning Hub, (1) click on Courses at the top menu bar.  Then, (2) select the All courses link at […]

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3 Alternative Schooling Options for Pregnant Teens

3 Alternative School Options for Pregnant Teens An unplanned pregnancy early in life does not have to mean the end of one’s education. But you may need to pursue an alternative school option. Some public schools do have special programs in place to help pregnant teens graduate, but many aren’t equipped to handle their special […]

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Summer school registration is closed.

We apologize, but due to such high summer requests, we have reached our summer school enrollment limit for 2018. At this time, summer school enrollment is closed.