Ask an Online High School Teacher
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Question: Can my son do online and traditional high school courses at the same time?
Question: I have been worrying for awhile about how my son with a learning disability will be able to continue his education at the high school level. Do most online high schools make accommodations for students with a learning disability? How do they make these accommodations? Do you think it's possible for students with learning disabilities to succeed at an online school?
Question: What are some of the benefits of online high school? How do I know if online high school is going to be a "good fit" for a high school student?
Given today's economy, many adults without high school diplomas are looking to the GED credential as a way to put themselves in the running for jobs or for college admission. A reader asks, "Where can I get my online GED?"
Q: Are any of these schools religious? I assume the teachers are good and qualified at these schools? I guess I am only interested in Christian schools, but do wonder about other faiths as well.
Q: What do college admissions officers think about online high schools? Do they view them favorably or negatively? Would a student be better served, in the eyes of brick-and-mortar colleges, by avoiding online high schools?