Each year, a new group of Nevada State High School (NSHS) students embarks on their first real college experience. As NSHS students, 11th and 12th graders find themselves with much more freedom and flexibility in their daily schedules than traditional high school students. At the same time, that freedom comes with a need to become […]
Charter schools made their first appearance in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1992, and just five years later, Nevada passed its charter school legislation as part of the State Educational Reform Act of 1997. Since that time, the charter school movement has exploded nationally and is gaining traction statewide, with the state’s 46 charter schools reporting […]
Charter school students should focus their last few months of school on a simple reflection and projection process of where I was, where I am, and where I am going. This process channels students to think about what was versus what truly is important to them in their life and sets a stage for looking […]
It is time that a charter high school shares five study habits that will improve your grades from elementary school to college and beyond. Frankly, these are common simple habits that when put to practical use will make a big difference in your grades. Many of these habits will depend solely upon the individual looking […]
A best high school students’ top 10 New Year’s resolutions begin with a mindset to learn from past mistakes along with an unwavering willingness and commitment to get better. Let’s face it, most New Year’s resolutions begin with starting/stopping or less/more of something.
Las Vegas charter school students have a BIG opportunity to take summer school. Students can use summer school for getting ahead on credits, repeating a class that they want to receive a better grade (hint: check with your local school to make sure the grade replaces the previous grade), or exploring different courses not offered […]
Live by these six crucial items For many high school students, college may appear intimidating and meant only for the “smart” people in their class.