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Blended Learning Options Not Working Out? A Complete Guide to Changing Schools Mid-Year

February 1st, 2021 in , , ,

Written by Ellen R.

If the Covid19 educational options at your high school are not working out for your child, changing schools mid-year can be a great choice. Read this complete guide for choosing the right online high school for your child. Find accredited schools that offer self-paced mastery learning to meet your child’s unique learning needs.

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Covid-19 School Options Not Working Out? 5 Ways to Choose the Right Online High School and Change Mid-Year.

November 8th, 2020 in , , ,

Written by Ellen R.

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Covid-19 learning options have been confusing and in many cases left students feeling lost. This guide offers 5 tips for choosing the right online school and making the switch mid-year. Some private online schools, such as Whitmore School, specialize in self-paced mastery learning. Students can enroll and begin anytime of year.

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Does Online School Prepare You For College? Mine Did!

November 1st, 2020 in , , , , ,

Written by Alina B.

I was a student at Whitmore School, the world’s first online high school, and it was the best decision my parents could have made for my education. Online School helped me gain independence, self-discipline, and perseverance. I learned to be a problem solver. This is why I was prepared for college level work.

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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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