Category: Mastery Learning

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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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.

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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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How Can I Help My Child Succeed in High School?

July 24th, 2019 in , ,

Written by Steve R.


Steve, a parent of Whitmore School graduate, Alina, discusses why online high school was the best choice for Alina. Mastery learning, and a flexible schedule made all the difference in her success. Whitmore encourages students to take charge of their own education. Students work one-to-one with their teachers on every lesson.

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Can I Get Accepted into College with an Online High School Diploma?

March 18th, 2019 in , ,

Written by Rachel Y.

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Will I get into college?

I get asked this question a lot! Parents, students and all inquiring minds want to know. The short answer is YES, however, it may put your mind at ease by explaining why this is and providing more clarification. There is more than just getting accepted to college. It is important for your child be prepared for the rigors of college work. What is the educational approach of the online high school you are considering?  Are students pushed through their courses to meet semester deadlines, or do students work through their courses at the pace that is best for them? Are the assignments based on memorizing for multiple choice questions, or are students expected to read, research, and communicate their understanding through one-to-one interactions with their teacher?

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