Individual Courses

Individual Courses

Cost:
$425 per 1.0 credit | $365 pr 0.5 credit

  • Students wanting to accelerate their education or earn extra credits
  • Students who are needing extra credits to graduate
  • Homeschooled students needing high school courses
  • Students have one year to complete the course from the day of enrollment
  • Transcript with credit and final grade are issued
  • Students are responsible for setting a schedule to work on their courses daily
  • Students get approval from their school to make sure they will transfer our credit

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Individual Courses PLUS

Cost:
$475 per 1.0 credit | $425 per 0.5 credit

  • Individual Plus courses provide all the same offerings of Individual courses PLUS Weekly Summary Progress Reports, and Detailed Monthly Progress Reports from a school counselor.
  • Parents who want progress reports and ability to speak with a school counselor should enroll in this program.
  • Students who are under the age of 14 or haven’t completed the 8th grade are required to enroll  in the PLUS courses.
  • Students who speak English as their second language must be enrolled in our Individual Plus Program.

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From the Blog

The Pro’s and Con’s of Micro-Schools and Homeschool Pods

August 4th, 2020 in , , ,

Written by Ellen R.

Virtual schools are taking on several new formats as a result of school closures due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Micro-Schools are brick and mortar learning centers where small groups of students can “go to school” in a safe learning environment with adult supervision. Membership fees start at $250 month and tutoring fees start at $80 hour. Homeschool Pods are forming in neighborhoods all over the country. Organized and facilitated by parents, this option allows parents to take turns as the school facilitator. In this neighborhood option, there are usually no fees. Just neighbors being neighborly. Read more to learn 3 steps to choosing the right online curriculum for your children.

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Homeschool? Virtual School? Blended Learning? What are the Best Education Options for the 2020-21 School Year?

July 30th, 2020 in , , ,

Written by Ellen R.

Are you feeling lost in the confusion over your school options for the 2020-21 school year? Many parents are being faced with making decisions about their child’s education that are confusing and overwhelming. School Districts are faced with developing a plan that will allow children to “go to school” safely. The reality is that there are still many unknown factors of the COVID-19 virus.

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