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Online Homeschool for Students with Parents on the Move

Written by James Madison High School on Tuesday, 01 August 2017. Posted in For Parents

Online Homeschool for Students with Parents on the Move

Parents choose online homeschooling for their kids for many reasons. For teens, online high school creates consistency that can keep them focused, shield them from bullying, free up time for outside endeavors, or help with special needs. But, as economies become more global, families move around more than ever. Accredited homeschooling programs keep their kids on track towards that important high school diploma while they do.

Earning a High School Diploma Online Provides Flexibility for Students and Parents

Written by James Madison High School on Thursday, 13 July 2017. Posted in For Parents

Earning a High School Diploma Online Provides Flexibility for Students and Parents

As a parent, it can be hard to choose the right path for giving your child a good start in life. Education is essential to future success, but getting a high school diploma from a traditional setting might not be best.

3 Reasons You Should Consider Homeschooling

Written by James Madison High School on Friday, 24 February 2017. Posted in For Parents, Homeschooler

3 Reasons You Should Consider Homeschooling

High school homeschooling is a great option for many students and parents. If you or your high schooler are struggling at a traditional brick and mortar school then maybe home schooling could be a good fit. Of course, parents don’t always have the time needed to teach their children all on their own. Luckily, there is another option for high school home school, and that’s learning online.

How to Help Your Child Succeed in Online High School

Written by James Madison High School on Friday, 11 November 2016. Posted in For Parents, Homeschooler

How to Help Your Child Succeed in Online High School

Children are the future. That might sound corny, but it's true. That's why parents have to take it upon themselves to help their children as they complete their accredited high school diploma online. Providing support and positive reinforcement can go a long way to helping your child succeed.

How to be a Cool Parent Without Sacrificing Good Parenting

Written by James Madison High School on Wednesday, 13 April 2016. Posted in For Parents

How to be a Cool Parent Without Sacrificing Good Parenting

Every parent wants to be the best they can be for their child, helping to guide them through life while maintaining a positive relationship. Being the magical “Cool Parent” is the long sought-after goal of many. But how do you achieve “cool” status without becoming a doormat – or worse, a bad parent? We’ve got three parent involvement tips to get you started.

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