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ISOR Celebrates Graduation

KGW Channel 8 covered Insight School of Oregon’s class of 2017 graduation ceremony.  ISOR students were able to meet their classmates face to face and gathered to celebrate. Watch the online school’s interview with recent graduate Jasmine Logan to learn how these K-12 powered students are on the fast track to success thanks to online […]


GCA Student Balances Dance and School

Duane M. Ford, The Covington News COVINGTON, Ga. – Jené Moore will be entering the seventh grade this fall. However, she is also a busy professional dancer. In pursuit of her career, her mother, Kanisha Hayes, estimates Moore would miss more than 20 school days a year if she attended a regular brick and mortar […]


TXVA Student Overcomes Bullying to Balance Modeling and Online Education

Kelly Schafler, The Courier  In Montgomery County, new ways to advance and obtain one’s education are consistently growing — from accelerated learning courses in public schools to charter schools and home-schooling. But one size doesn’t fit all, and it is up to the students and their families to choose which method works for them. For […]


iQLA Student Hits Links as Well as Books

6/13/2017 Larry Wilson, Pasadena Star-News In this new world of educational choice, I often read about young students with a passion for a particular non-team sport — usually it’s San Clemente surfer kids with dreams of going pro — who are being home-schooled so they can practice when the swells are just right and presumably […]


Nevada Virtual Academy’s Class of 2017 Walks the Graduation Stage

Originally published on KTNV Dozens of Las Vegas valley students graduated from high school Tuesday but what’s different is that they took their classes online. Nevada Virtual Academy is a statewide online public charter school. Many of the students have interacted with each other through virtual classrooms, making the graduation the first time many had […]


Graduates of Virtual High School Get Diplomas

Ian Thompson, Daily Republic What were a few things that California Virtual Academies valedictorian Karissa Carleton of Sacramento was going to miss the most about going to high school? No more breakfast and lunch during class, playing with her dogs between quizzes and no more pajama dress code, she said. The comments drew smiles from […]


Student Juggles Three Jobs Using MNVA

6/13/2017 Chris Hrapsky,  KARE-TV Mary Knack is not your average cowgirl. The 17-year-old from Elk River owns two businesses, an Arabian horse—named Flynn, and a Ford F-150 truck. She also works at the Brooklyn Park Subway and finds time for a full load of high school classes. “It’s hard to find the time for everything […]

World-Champion skater’s path to athletic and academic success

06/09/2017 CKMI World-champion synchronized ice skater Rachel Cecere, a student at George Washington University Online High School, talks to Laura Casella and Kim Sullivan about the path she took to that led her to success in athletics and academics.


GCA Student Earns Historic First From City

Noreen Cochran, South Metro Neighbor  As a new city, every first-time action by South Fulton is historic. Its newest memorable landmark came recently when the municipality, not even a month old, made 14-year-old Damácia Howard the subject of its first proclamation to honor a teen. City Councilman Mark Baker informed recent city council meeting attendees of […]