A dual-credit program can improve your college experience by exposing you to content and experiences that are not offered in a traditional high school setting. High school students who are enrolled in these programs are taking real college courses on real college campuses and experiencing a real college environment — before they go to college […]
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 […]
Las Vegas charter school shares tips for overcoming procrastination at home and in school. These tips are easy in theory, but without motivation and personal responsibility to commit, they may fall short of positive results. Many times procrastination is analyzed as a character trait of being darn right lazy, which is not always the case. […]
I am sure you want to be more efficient and productive on how to get your homework done faster – especially if you are attending a Las Vegas charter school. Sometimes fast is not always possible or in your best interest, so it is best to prepare yourself with reasonable expectations of how long you […]
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 […]
Transfer students in Las Vegas can expect on their first day at a new school a renewed sense of energy. Students will need to come in with a high level of motivation to capitalize on the opportunities of new connections and experiences with a new group of teachers, students, and school community. Come to school […]
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.