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In just the last decade, and especially in the last year, our concept of traditional education has completely changed. With the rise in technology, virtual classrooms are becoming an increasingly popular option to provide a more accessible, personalized education for our children than ever before.  

These are just a few of the benefits a virtual school can have for your family: 

Flexibility

Depending on the structure of your virtual classroom, your child could have much more flexibility to create a schedule that works best for them. In turn, this can help your child feel more responsible for themselves and boost their time management skills as they seek to find a better balance between their studies and their social lives.

For children with special skills and talents, enrolling in a virtual school can give them the time they need to practice their craft without sacrificing a quality education in the process.

Individualized attention

In a traditional classroom of around 30 students, it can be difficult to get one-on-one attention from your teacher. In a virtual setting, you have the freedom to schedule individual meetings with your teacher at a time that fits your schedule. There could be additional opportunities for tutoring and peer review as well if your child needs extra help on a challenging lesson. 

Accessibility

A virtual classroom affords your family so many freedoms. Without having to live within a certain school district, your family is free to live anywhere in the world. Family vacations don’t have to be limited to school holidays, so you can travel when it works best for you. 

If you’re considering switching to a virtual school, this is a great opportunity to find a curriculum and teaching style that works best for your child at an affordable price. You’ll have access to a variety of high-quality educational options, setting your child up for success throughout their lives. 

College preparation

Virtual school can prepare your child for the challenges of college before they ever set foot on campus. Many colleges and universities today offer online courses for their students. If your child has experience with virtual classes at the high school level, they’ll be more prepared and more likely to do well in their college-level virtual classroom because they know what to expect.

When you’re choosing a virtual school, you can go one step further and make sure you find a school with college preparation opportunities like AP classes or dual enrollment, where your child can earn college credits while they’re still in high school. 

The future is at SCPA

Families looking for a high-quality virtual education should look no further than the South Carolina Preparatory Academy. We are a tuition-free, virtual charter school that empowers your child to take their education into their own hands and discover how, when, and where they learn best. 

Visit our site for more information, and apply today to reserve your spot for Fall 2021. 


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