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Take Note: 2021 Summer School Enrollment Open Now

Time is running out if you want to take advantage of the Achieve Virtual summer school program this year. Registration has been open for several weeks and will close on May 7. Whether you need summer school for credit recovery or want to get ahead, now is the time to start the enrollment process before […]

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Tips for Having an Excellent Summer School Experience

If summer school is on your agenda after school gets out this year, then you’ll want to know about these tips and our advice for having an excellent summer school experience. If you’re considering taking summer school through Achieve Virtual Education Academy, mark your calendars now because the registration process goes live on Tuesday, April […]

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The Need to Create an At Home Online Learning Area

Whether you have children at home who are doing distance learning because of the coronavirus pandemic or are engaging in online learning by choice, one of the best strategies for giving them the support they need to succeed is to create an at home online school learning area for each learner. In this article we’ll […]

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Attending Online vs In-Person High School: The Differences

Thanks to the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic that continues to rage across the nation and the world, more students than ever before have experienced a range of differences between attending online vs in-person high school. It’s worth reviewing what those differences are both within the context of a public health emergency as well as […]

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High School Summer Semester Benefits

If you’re like most teenaged students, your idea of summer does not include going to your school’s campus or taking classes. But when you realize the kinds of summer semester benefits to be gained, you might just change your mind.  Why Sign Up for Online Summer High School? There are two broad reasons why you […]

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Demand for Online Learning Remains at All-Time High

Many schools tried to re-open for in-person learning this fall, but as winter approached and people began spending more time indoors, a new wave of rising COVID-19 cases forced many of those schools to go back to all-remote online learning or a hybrid model with a mix of in-person and distance learning. The result is […]

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Tips for Students on How to Adapt to Virtual Learning

In spite of the welcome and hopeful news of COVID-19 vaccines beginning to roll out, the rise in new infections, hospitalizations, and deaths continues to proceed at an alarmingly exponential rate. This has led to schools all over the U.S. going back to fully remote learning or a hybrid model in which a student will […]

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Staying Motivated in the Winter Months: Tips for Students

Winter is tough. We get it. When the cold weather sets in and the days get shorter and shorter, it gets harder and harder to crawl out of bed for another day of learning in school, whether you’re doing it in-person, remotely, or in a hybrid model that includes both. Staying motivated in the winter […]

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Registration Now Open for Spring 2021 Online School

Schools everywhere are still struggling to manage classes in-person, remotely, or in a hybrid approach. If online classes feel safer for your high school student, act quickly to secure a spot at Achieve Virtual. Registration is now open for spring 20221 online school! Every course offered through our virtual campus is taught by a real […]

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Lessons Schools and Educators Will Learn from the Pandemic

When the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 global pandemic hit hard in the U.S., schools shut down seemingly overnight in March and were forced to quickly shift to remote learning through the end of the spring semester. In many cases, teachers and schools had as little as one week to figure out how to deliver instruction […]

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