Comparing Indiana Charter vs Public vs Online High School Options

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Comparing Indiana Charter vs Public vs Online High School Options

When it’s time for a child to enter high school, many parents want to look at what option will best serve their children. Those who can afford private school tuition may go that route. But for those who have ruled out private school as an option, there are still a wide range of choices. These […]

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Virtual High School Attendance Requirements

Education on demand when and where it best suits the student is one of the reasons online high schools have become an increasingly popular choice in recent year. However, this kind of flexibility that simply isn’t possible in a traditional public high school doesn’t mean there is no structure at all. To the contrary, students […]

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Frequently Asked Questions About Online High School Education

Many Indiana parents interested in online high school as an alternative way for their children to receive some or all of their high school education outside the traditional physical school model may have questions – this page provides answers to the most frequently asked questions about virtual high school. Online High School Options for Indiana […]

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Advanced Education Opportunities in Online School

Indiana high school students who want to hit the ground running when it comes to college are always looking for opportunities that will give them an edge when it’s time to start filling out applications. Achieve Virtual Education Academy is pleased to offer two programs for the ambitious student to get ahead: Advanced Placement (AP) […]

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Student-Teacher Ratio in Virtual School

The national average student-teacher ratio in public schools is 16:1 (16 students per teacher). Of course, this figure varies widely from state to state. It ranges from as low as 12:1 (Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Dakota, Vermont) to as high as 23:1 (California and Utah). But those are still just averages. Any given […]

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Homeschool Students Can Get Virtual High School Credits

Parents with Homeschool High School Students: Need More Credits? Many Indiana parents who want greater oversight of their high school students’ education choose the homeschool option rather than traditional school. High school homeschooling is not a small commitment. Parents must keep records in order to show that their homeschool students are getting the full 180 […]

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2020 Spring Semester Enrollment Open

UPDATE: Full-time registration for the Spring 2020 semester is now closed. It’s time to register for online courses for the Spring 2020 semester at Achieve Virtual Education Academy! Enrollment will be open as of December 1, 2019. The number of spaces for students is limited, so parents should have their students enroll right away to […]

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Tips to Parents for Online High School Success

Online schooling gives families, and parents specifically, an excellent opportunity for involvement in their students’ learning. Enrolling your student in virtual high school seems scary at first. However, online high school programs are designed with your students’ success in mind.  Many parents find that traditional public schools are not meeting the academic or social needs […]

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Benefits of Accelerated Learning

Students often want to accelerate their studies for a number of reasons. One student might want to graduate as early as possible. A different student might want to prepare for college coursework while still in high school. Another student may find that he or she is bored with the slow pace of a traditional classroom […]

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Success in Selecting an Online High School

Successfully select an online high school to attend In today’s modern educational environment, students now have more options than ever before when looking to achieve a high school diploma. Traditional high schools are still popular, but online high schools have become a readily accepted and welcome alternative to strictly scheduled, inflexible high schools. Too often, […]

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