How I Graduated With American Online High School

There are A LOT of tell-all stories about online schools and how easy it is, but it’s not as easy as it appears. Online schools are an excellent way to earn your high school diploma but can be extremely difficult.  You have to learn patience, self-restraint, and self-control to be successful, but it can be done. Getting up at 6 a.m. and getting ready for school is no fun. BUT, I’m going to give you a few easy steps on why online school can be EASY and a better option than the traditional school. When I started online school I was one of the lazy ones, I was happy I could sleep in stay home and do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, but my bubble was burst when I realized I was doing that every day instead of working on my school work.   It got so bad that I had to go to the office with my...
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American High School Adult Learner Program

If you are over 18 and have always wanted to go back and earn your high school diploma, it is now easier than ever. Until now, adults have always found it hard to go back to school and earn their diploma. With full-time jobs and families, it is hard to find the time to complete all the requirements. Most of the time, it is difficult for adults to even afford the cost of going back to school. This is why so many adults choose to test for their GED. It is just easier, quicker, and cheaper. Unfortunately, a GED is not the same as a high school diploma. There are many limitations with a GED.   Fortunately, there is a new program for anyone over 18 who wants to further their education. American High School’s Adult Learner Program allows students to graduate with a high school...
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Black History Month Contest 2019

Black History Month Celebration 2019: Creative Contest A Celebration of Black History! American High School would like to invite the entire student body to participate in a Black History Month Creative Contest by submitting an essay or original piece of artwork that truly commemorates an African American scientist, artist, actor, athlete, inventor, politician, scholar, or any other important African American figure and their influence. Submissions are due by February 28, 2019 at 12PM Eastern Time and there will be two winners: a winner from our middle school and a winner from our high school. The winners will be announced Friday, March 8, 2019.   The winning prizes will be a$150 Visa cash gift card to use anywhere Visa is accepted. You may turn in your submission by uploading...
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American High School Career Choices

American High School is excited to announce some of the amazing exciting opportunities available to our students. American High School has educational partners throughout the U.S. and overseas, offering our students the largest catalog of academic programs than any other online school provider. Whether you are looking for programs for your Elementary, Middle, or High School Students or graduating and looking for college and career programs, American High School has dozens of programs to fit your goals.   For the past 15 years, American High School has always been on the cutting edge of online education. One of the first online schools to offer Elementary, Middle, and High School, American High School has separated itself from other schools in its category by continuously growing...
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Get Involved In Your Child’s Education

Children can achieve well at school when their family and friends take an interest in their school and schoolwork. Getting involved in your child’s education, even in the simplest way, shows that you care about their school life. Often, the more supported a child feels at home, the more effectively she or he will learn at school. Whatever your lifestyle, or family situation, it is never too soon (or too late) to start helping a child develop a positive attitude towards learning. There are many ways of being involved in your child’s education without feeling overwhelmed. If you are a non-resident parent, it is equally as important to be involved in your child’s learning too. This can give your child far greater goals and inspire them to try their best where they can.  ...
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Does Technology Help or Hurt Students?

Tim Elmore writes about teaching leadership to young people. I have written about some of his work in an earlier blog post about coping with stress. He calls the generation of kids born after 9/11, Generation Z. A characteristic of these teens is that they spend a great deal of time with their electronic devices; so in my freshman seminar class, we spent some time discussing how their devices can either help them or hinder them in school. For one lesson, we watched Can You Auto-Correct Humanity by Prince Ea. Prince Ea is a rapper whose music tends to be about intellectual topics and social concerns. The premise of this video is that humans are spending so much time online that they are losing touch with reality—with humanity. I asked my students to respond to the video. I was...
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