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Student Finds Unique Solution To Overcoming Social Media Bullying

Originally aired on KSL-TV – December 7, 2018 Seventeen-year-old Lilith Shlosman loves her rescue dog and wants to be a vet one day. “It’s always good to have someone who can comfort you without knowing a situation,” she said. Like Sugar, Lilith hasn’t always been treated right either. She said she started getting bullied in […]

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K12 Indiana Schools Winter Celebration

Originally aired on WRTV – December 9, 2018 Students from Indiana Digital Learning School, Insight School of Indiana, and Hoosier Academies met in Indianapolis for a winter celebration. The event invited both enrolled and prospective students and their families for a fun afternoon of ice skating. The schools also held a canned food drive to collect goods for […]

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Teen moves across country to pursue tennis dream

Originally aired on WPBF-TV – December 8, 2018 BOCA RATON, Fla. — An up-and-coming tennis player moved across the country to help advance her career. To learn more about K12 International Academy, visit https://www.icademy.com/

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Letter to the editor: Praise for Idaho Technical Career Academy

Originally published in The Idaho Press Tribune – December 6, 2018 I’ve always been an advocate for learning as much as you can, as soon as you can. This approach motivates me to get ahead of the curve and gain the expertise I need to be successful. By taking career readiness classes at my online […]

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Letter: Online school for my climber

Originally published in The Arizona Daily Star – December 5, 2018 We enrolled our daughter Tesla at George Washington University Online High School this year to allow her more academic freedom alongside the rigorous curriculum she needed. Tesla typically works about three years ahead of her peers and GWUOHS meets her individual needs to stay […]

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Protect the right to school choice

Originally published in The Clearwater Tribune – December 5, 2018 Dear Editor: We chose virtual school for our son Zac in Kindergarten to meet his academic needs. Idaho Virtual Academy offers Zac rigorous curriculum tailored to his needs where he can move swiftly through lessons, even earning college credits through IDVAs dual enrollment program. Zac […]

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Despite medical issues, teen cheers competitively, making a difference

Originally aired on WISH-TV – December 5, 2018 Ashleigh Johnson from Columbus Indiana teaches young athletes how to cheerlead. The tricks and stunts all come with hard work and practice but it’s her hard work off the mat that makes her special. Johnson suffers from epilepsy, although her episodes have decreased over the last few […]

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Olympic rock climbing hopeful trains for Tokyo

Originally aired on WDVM-TV – December 3, 2018 Ellie Sepulveda, along with her father, Rene, discuss how her traveling for competitions and busy workout schedules affect other areas of her life, such as her schoolwork. Ellie is enrolled at George Washington University Online High School, which allows her to attend competitions around the world and take the classroom […]

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Letter to the editor: Career readiness

Originally published in the Idaho Statesman – December 1, 2018 Many people don’t realize the process that takes place to get food from the farm to our tables, but my son Ethan is learning just that thanks to his career readiness classes at his online high school, Idaho Technical Career Academy (ITCA). These classes are […]

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Letter to the editor: Entrepreneur

Originally published in the Idaho Statesman – December 2, 2018 As a 17-year-old entrepreneur, my dreams and ambitions are precocious. After launching my own custom fishing pole business, I felt a need to grab the reins of my high school education to ensure that I was learning business skills that would enhance my budding career. […]