- 21st Century Cyber Charter School [est. 1999] http://www.21stcenturycyber.org
- Pinnacle Charter High School [est. 1998] http://www.pinnacleeducation.com
- Choice2000 [est.2003]
Online Private High Schools
Online private high schools are similar to regular private high schools. They are funded privately, so students need to pay tuition when enrolling. This can become rather
- Art supplies: glue stick, scissors, crayons, colored pencils, markers, watercolor paints, play-doh (for the lower levels), sketch pads.
- Pencil, Pencil Sharpener, Eraser.
- Notebooks (spiral and/or composition). Teachers often ask that students bring in composition notebooks so that they cannot rip pages out without it being noticeable.
- Loose Leaf Paper.
As soon as you decide to move
- Changing Schools?
- Research the schools. The difference between a top rated school and a school that lags behind its peers could be as simple as living on one side of the school boundary. Also, if your child has special needs or unique goals (i.e. they had been in a foreign language immersion program), you will need to find out what is available where you are moving to.
- Start early. Even public schools may have waiting lists if they are charter or target schools.
- Found out if there are any extra-curricular activities that require early enrollment or may involve practice over the summer before the school year starts.
- Enroll your children in their new schools. Make sure you've filled out all the required paperwork and have all the necessary doctors' forms, immunization records, etc. so that the kids can start on Day One.
- Get a copy of your children's current coursework so that the new school can get a better idea of where to place the
Usually when considering private versus public school, parents will have one or more factors that concern them.
When looking at public or private schools, the following factors come into play:
- Academic reputation and college preparation
- School size and Class size
- Safety reputation
- Special programs
- Religious and Moral instruction
No Child Left Behind is a bipartisan effort. The act passed with support from democrats and republicans alike and a bipartisan commission was created in 2006 to review No Child Left Behind, its promises and its problems. This commission provided Congress