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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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What You Need to Know About Today’s Online Learning Model

What You Need to Know About Today’s Online Learning Model

With about 2.3 million K-12 students enrolled in online schools, it should come as no surprise that this alternative style of learning is now being considered mainstream. In fact, numerous states now require students to enroll in at least one online course before graduating from high school. Virginia, Idaho, Alabama, Florida, and Michigan are among […]

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7 Tips to Help Online Students Get into College

Ready to take on college? Whether or not you’re at the point of filling out applications, it’s never too early to start building the habits that will help you gain admission into the colleges of your choice. Based on recent statistics, it’s getting harder to get accepted into college — especially top-tier institutions. Although the […]

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More Students Enrolling in Online Classes

In 2011, Stanford University debuted the Massive Open Online Course format, which allows an unlimited number of students to take an online course for free. Online learning offers the kind of flexibility that appeals to busy students, so more colleges are expanding their online curriculum. And high schools are beginning to offer more online options, […]

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Characteristics of Online Learning Success

by James Totton, Social Studies teacher at Achieve Virtual Education Academy The M.S.D. of Wayne Township has developed an educational philosophy of offering multiple pathways to achieve the student goal of graduation.  This philosophy has helped Wayne Township to develop some of the most advanced blended and virtual learning programs available to students in the […]

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Online Learning Helps Foster Work Skills

Whether you want a part-time job in a restaurant or a career as a biochemist, you’ll find most employersare looking for the same basic qualities: good organizational and time management skills, as well as self-motivation and clear communication skills. And when you take online high school courses, you’re developing all of those skills that could […]

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5 Ways to Maintain Focus at Home

Most professionals who work from home will say that staying focused is the hardest part of their job. With so many distractions at home, it’s easy to get sidetracked and realize at the end of the day you didn’t accomplish what you needed to. However, people who work from home often develop tactics and routines […]

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Adapt to Online High School Routine

5 Important Ways to Adapt to an Online High School Routine

Ready to excel in a virtual high school? As an increasing number of students are proving, you can successfully navigate the challenges of online school. According to one statistic, more than 400,000 K-12 American students have taken or are taking at least one online course. Of course, part of that success requires maintaining great study […]

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3 Unexpected Benefits of Attending an Online High School

No matter how well you know your way around a laptop, apps and any other tools needed for an online high school education, you may be in for some unexpected surprises — and benefits as a virtual student. Here are 3 things that you may not have anticipated gaining as part of your journey into […]

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How an Online Education Prepares You for Life After High School

When students at a New Jersey high school recently stayed at home on a weekday, it was part of an experiment — not a snow day or a holiday. Their teachers continued to teach their classes at Park Ridge High School while students tuned in via video on their computers — from their bedrooms, living […]

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Virtual Graduation June 6, 2020

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