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Adult Learner

High School Education with No Age Limit

Written by Nicole Krempasky on Wednesday, 04 January 2023. Posted in Adult Learner, Helpful Tips

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There are many reasons why you may not have finished high school, but that doesn’t mean any of them need to hold you back. At James Madison High School, your age doesn’t matter. You can start and finish a high school program as an adult learner. Keep reading to learn more.

How Parents Can Go Back to High School

Written by Nicole Krempasky on Tuesday, 24 August 2021. Posted in Adult Learner, Helpful Tips

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Back to school season is here again! It’s an exciting time for high school students, but the anticipation doesn’t have to be reserved for only traditionally aged students. There are many parents of young children and teenagers who have yet to receive their own high school diploma. Often, they feel they’re too old or too busy to continue their studies, but James Madison High School is here to help you reach your goals.

How Does High School Credit Recovery Work

Written by Nicole Krempasky on Tuesday, 09 March 2021. Posted in Adult Learner, Helpful Tips

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Life takes a lot of twists and turns, often ones we never expect. These turns may now mean that you’re missing some of the credits you need in order to complete your high school diploma. Find out how James Madison High School’s individual courses can help you recover your missing credits so you can finish your high school degree affordably and from your own home.

How Can A High School Diploma Help In Your Job Search

Written by James Madison High School on Tuesday, 02 June 2020. Posted in Adult Learner

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Having a high school diploma can help you meet the basic requirements for many in-demand careers and allow you to take the next steps toward securing a job you’re interested in. With a few exceptions, most employers today are unlikely to even consider an application from someone who doesn’t meet their minimum education requirements. But besides getting your application to the next stage of the hiring process, completing your high school diploma has other benefits that can make a positive impression when you’re applying to jobs, from helping you develop problem-solving skills to building your understanding of the basic math and reading you’ll use every day.

Tips to Balance Work and School

Written by James Madison High School on Wednesday, 25 March 2020. Posted in Adult Learner

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As an adult learner, school isn’t your only priority. While you know you need to finish your high school diploma, you also need to work, spend time with family, and try to squeeze in some downtime for yourself. Staying on track with all of your responsibilities can be a job in itself but with a little planning, balancing work, school, and your life is doable. Here’s how to get started.

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