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Transfer Your Progress to an Online Program and Get Started on Your Future

Written by James Madison High School on Wednesday, 31 August 2016. Posted in Academic Advice

Transfer Your Progress to an Online Program and Get Started on Your Future

Online high school is for anyone with a passion to succeed, and we mean anyone. You don’t need to be fresh out of junior high or middle school to enjoy the unique benefits of an online education. All you need is a will to get started and the ability to hold yourself accountable.

But what about all of that time you’ve already spent going to a traditional high school? Many students would be put off by the idea that they might need to re-earn their high school credits online. Does attending an online high school mean you have to start over?

Put simply, the answer is no. James Madison High School accepts transfer credits! You won’t need to repeat any classes to get your degree, provided you passed the class and earned the credits before starting with James Madison High School. No matter how far along you are in your high school education, James Madison High School believes the switch to an online program should be efficient and painless.

Whether the class is earth science, English, geometry, American history, or physics, you can rest assured that your hard work will be taken into account, leaving you free to focus on those classes that need your attention most. It’s essential that you take advantage of the opportunity to transfer your high school credits online. Fewer classes means less time wasted and less money spent. It also means you’ll get that coveted high school diploma that much sooner.

If you’re ready for something new, stop worrying and start exploring the online option. Enroll at James Madison High School today!

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