What is it like to go to a virtual high school?

You don’t necessarily grow up faster in a virtual high school, but for some students it is a structure that develops confidence, assertiveness, and other skills that will serve them in the workforce.

The day-to-day experience is largely created by students, who are responsible for completing assignments–on their own time. Many find that they have more time for extracurriculars, volunteer work, and other enriching activities. The experience is largely what you create while allowing one to:  

Move at your speed. Classroom learning can be frustrating for everyone–but students working ahead of the curve can be bored by the pace, while others who need more time to grasp the material can feel pressured, sacrificing questions to keep up with the class. Neither are productive for true learning. It’s a more personal process, one that is captured effectively in a virtual high school where the student sets the pace.

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