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Benefits

  • No homework; all work is done under the supervision of the teacher       
  • Students don’t get into the failing cycle with zeroes for incomplete or missing assignments  
  • Grades that students earn reflect what they know, not what they didn’t do
  • Students are able to accelerate and graduate from high school early        
  • Students are able to “catch up” and restore credits
     
  • Students can enroll at any time during the school term
  • Students are encouraged to concurrently enroll in dual credit college courses at the community college systems.
     
  • Students can take traditional academic courses or specific technical training courses. 
     
  • Students earn both high school credit and college credit for each course completed. 
     
  • Allows students to have jobs after school to get experience in the job market
     
  • Student’s strong work ethic is rewarded by accelerating through coursework and early graduation in some cases
     
  • Limited unstructured time which decreases most behavior issues
     
  • Allows students who are pursuing training in competitive sports fields, acting, dancing, etc. to continue this training while also completing high school
     
  • Excellent choice for the highly motivated student who wants to take advantage of going to college early.
     
  • Works well for the underachiever who has strong academic skills but perhaps poor grades in a traditional setting. 
     
  • Provides a more flexible schedule

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