Accredited online high school: today’s choice for a changing world

There are many traditional high schools moving to a “blended” learning style, of online and traditional schools, however, some parents and students seek out an accredited online high school for excellence in course selections, quality teachers and the ability to work at their own pace. Christian Educators Academy is such an accredited online high school, one that offers a wide range of online high school courses in a variety of formats. These programs help your child achieve academic success, earn an accredited online high school diploma, preparing them for academic success in higher education.

Accredited online high school students work in a structured environment online, yet have flexibility with their own scheduling. Students need to work 180 days, but have a full year to meet these requirements. Most online students study between 3-5 hours a day, 5 days a week, and the best part? No homework! If students complete all assignments each week, they can work ahead, or have more time to pursue other hobbies, talents or passions. Many online high school students earn a well-rounded education with many outside extra-curricular activities, including organized sports, dance, drama or other performing art credits.

Flexible enrollment is another advantage of an accredited online high school. Students can enroll at anytime-and still take up to one full year to complete up to 6 courses in the school year. Most online high schools over around the clock access to the curriculum, with teacher response and support within 24 hours. Teachers usually hold master degrees, and are specialized in their subject area. They are able to encourage, mentor, tutor and help students master subject material.

Christian Educators Academy is a fully accredited online school that offers an award winning online curriculum called Apex Learning at a great price. It is a proven curriculum, taught by Christian Teachers, yet meets accreditation standards for college preparatory credits.


Deborah Zabor

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