Building Lives Through Online Education. Your future depends on creating a solid academic foundation. Let Allied National High School provide you with a better online high school option. This is "Education on Your Terms!"
Leo A. is currently a senior here at Allied National High School, and started with us as a freshman. Leo shares his thoughts about online learning, and how ANHS helped him reach his goals by offering academic rigor and scheduling flexibility.
Here is what Leo shared with us this testimonial below, along with his photo:
"ANHS allowed me to pursue my dream of farming while studying. I convinced my parents to home school me for high school. I had been home schooled since kindergarten and I really wanted to continue. My older siblings had attended the local high school but I wanted more time to work with my sheep and in my garden. ANHS fit our needs.
My main interest in life is farming. I enjoy all aspects of it including raising vegetables and livestock. Distance learning works perfect for me. I am able to do a lesson, and then run outside to move my sheep. I can process tomatoes while listening to a story. I can work when it is nice outside and do my lessons after dark.
My future plan is to become a certified electrician. This will be a nice additional education to have while farming. My main go9al is to raise livestock by intensive pasture grazing them."
Leo further states, "The best part of my high school experience was being on my family's farm. Allied National High School allowed me to be home, where I could work and learn at the same time."
The Spring Semester Time For A Change, Or Need Single Courses For Credit?
The end of the Fall semester can bring up a number of things for students and their families. Here at Allied National High School, we find that many families explore online options for their sons and daughters because their present high school doesn’t fit their needs at this time.
Perhaps the family has to move frequently, and the teen needs some stability in their academic environment. Sometimes the student is involved with athletics or performing careers that require training and travel that don’t fit the traditional school schedule. Or from time to time, we find that students don’t wish to be in the current social environment at their present school (bullying, peer pressure, etc). And in some cases, a parent is looking for specific accommodations that an online school may be able to offer in order to support the student in moving forward and realizing their full potential.
We also hear from parents who have recently discovered that their son or daughter needs a single course for credit – either to recover a failed course, or to improve their GPA. Sometimes this course may be needed for graduation purposes, and the timeline for doing so has become very short.
Whatever the reasons, a fully accredited online high school may be an excellent choice for many students. And at Allied National High School, we offer open enrollment with two diploma paths and two different grading options, as well as flexible payment plans.
One of our recent blogs listed below (http://blog.alliedhighschool.com/2014/10/looking-for-alternative-to-traditional.html) gives suggestions on how parents can assess what is best for their son or daughter, and make a solid and informed decision.
Our Admissions Department would be happy to assist you in looking at alternatives, and offer a candid response as to whether our online high school may be a good fit. We also offer a Virtual Open House where you and your teen can get to know us better, and see a demo lesson.
Please feel free to contact us anytime between 8 am and 4:30 pm Pacific Standard Time:
800-968-4034, press 9, then ext 8736 / email@example.com
As you consider your options, we encourage you to contact us at Allied National High School. We would be happy to open our virtual doors to you and your family, answer your questions, and explore the possibilities of assisting your son or daughter in his/her academic ventures.