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Public and Private School Partners
Public and Private School Partners
Whitmore School has partnered with high schools around the country to improve student achievement, whether you have accelerated students who want to enrich their learning with online courses, or students who need remediation to stay on track for graduation. Whitmore School can provide a blended learning program customized for your student needs, or provide individual courses for students wanting to earn additional credits or make up credits. Here are just a few of our school partnerships:
Ayeyarwaddy International School, Mandalay, Myanmar
Ayeyarwaddy International School offers a curriculum based on the American system of education, which prepares students for universities in the USA. Students become fluent in English. Ayerarwaddy has partnered with Whitmore School to provide students with a self-paced mastery-based online learning experience.
Creekview High School, Canton, GA
Creekview High has partnered with Whitmore School to take advantage of the flexibility of our online mastery learning courses for students who have scheduling conflicts, or just want on online learning experience. Students enroll in individual courses and take up to a year to complete the credit.
Whitmore School / North American School dual Diploma PLUS Program, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Students in the dual Diploma Program will earn a high school diploma from the North American School and concurrently from Whitmore School, making them well qualified to attend colleges and universities around the world.
Garden City High School, Garden City, MI
Garden City High School has partnered with Whitmore School to offer courses year-round to augment their curriculum. Students enjoy the freedom to work on their own time frame while earning credits towards their graduation requirements. School Counselors like the ability to solve difficult scheduling conflicts.
Rosemont Academy, Miami, FL
Rosemont Academy is thrilled to partner with Whitmore School in offering our students a fully accredited high school diploma program. Whitmore School’s outstanding curriculum, coupled with its mastery learning philosophy, will prepare our students for entrance into universities and colleges throughout the country.
SC Whitmore School, Columbia, SC
SC Whitmore School, a public online charter high school utilizes the Whitmore School curriculum to provide a free public school education in South Carolina. Hundreds of students, who may not otherwise have finished school, have graduated and gone on to college, careers and the military.
“CompuHigh / Whitmore School has been a great resource for our students. The process of getting students registered for courses has been seamless. I appreciate the weekly progress reports from CompuHigh because it helps us keep track our student progress. If we see a student falling behind, we are able to contact them pretty quickly and help keep them motivated.”
Ebone’ Adams, Ed.S
Assistant Principal, SC Whitmore School
Tantasqua Regional High School, Fiskdale, MA
School Counselors count on Whitmore School to help students make up missed credits in order to stay on track for graduation. Students can enroll any time of year and complete their courses on their own time-frame.
Virginia Multidivision Online Provider
CompuHigh / Whitmore School has been approved by the Virginia Board of Education as a provider of online courses to students who reside in Virginia and are enrolled in grades 9-12. As an approved online provider, students may take an online course not offered at their local school to enrich their course schedule, or take a course to make-up lost credits. A full array of courses are available to Virginia students.
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