Empowering Students to Control Their Education

Empowering Students to Control Their Education

So many parents of public school students are frustrated about the content, educational philosophy, and pacing of the classes their children must take. A cookie-cutter curriculum simply doesn’t work for some students, and it doesn’t adequately prepare them for college...
Middle and High School Learning with Flexibility

Middle and High School Learning with Flexibility

Many parents believe their children would perform better academically if they could escape the rigid structure of their traditional school routines. After all, not all kids learn the same way—or at the same pace. Sitting in a classroom with 25 preoccupied teens isn’t...
Why You’ll Love Learning on a Flexible Schedule

Why You’ll Love Learning on a Flexible Schedule

If you have a child in public school, you know they operate strictly by the clock, and by the calendar.  They may ride a very early bus, start school when the first bell rings, have lunch at a specified time and change classes throughout the day.  Extracurricular...
It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village

One of the most common misconceptions about virtual school is that it is a solitary process. In reality, there are countless ways for students to develop a sense of community around their virtual school environment and connect with their peers, teachers, counselors,...
5 Ways To Show Your Children You’re Proud

5 Ways To Show Your Children You’re Proud

As the parent of a hardworking child, you’re naturally proud of their efforts and accomplishments. Showing your children that you’re proud of them is a great way to boost their confidence and encourage them, and one of the best ways to ensure that they continue to...