BLOG SERIES #5 of 5… THE DIFFERENCE – Online High School Versus Doing High School Online

3. Where Did The Time Go? Yes, this is a given and it happens, every second, every minute, every hour, every day, every month, every year, and so on. Here’s a question for you…how old were you about 4 years ago? Do you remember the things you did and the things you learned? Do you … Read more

BLOG SERIES #1 of 5… THE DIFFERENCE—Online High School versus Doing High School Online

There are no synchronous meetings, no virtual homeroom for check-in, and no zoom calls. Students log into their online classes, complete assignments, and finish exams based on their schedules, their content comprehension, overall understanding, and their time management skills.

Pepperoni Pizza Life – An Online High School Student Favorite

Have you ever been asked what you want to be when you grow up? Well of course you have. When I was a little girl, I answered,  “I want to be a ballerina or a mom.” This, of course, was before smartphones were invented. Young women today have so many more options. Life Number One. … Read more

Four Ways to Get Everything You’ve Ever Wanted While At Hope High School Online

When you ask the right questions, you give your mind an opening to dream the desires of your heart. Be curious.

Becoming – It’s Part of Your Journey

Becoming

Becoming – It’s Part of Your Journey of Being an Online High School Student

Question Addiction As An Online High School Student

blog post about question addiction

Asking questions. It’s my new obsession. Every day I crave its rhetorical fix. When I ask a question, answers start to seep through my head, causing a steady dopamine drip. Some people say dopamine (the reward hormone) is literally like a drug, so I guess I’m like a question addict. When we pose a question, … Read more

Brawny Brains Go A Long Way At Our Free Online High School

Brawny Brain Illustration

Brawny Brains Go A Long Way At Our Free Online High School. I just learned that when people get smarter, their brains actually grow. Like a muscle. I also learned the more you know, the more you can know. Nerve cells in the brain seem to be very social; they like to mingle. And, if … Read more