Preparing Students for
- Hope High School Online -
The SMARTER Arizona
Virtual High School Choice
Hope High School Online it is a free accredited virtual high school in Arizona. Our teachers and staff understand that success in high school is crucial to a successful future. Hope High School Online is a free online school that works extremely hard to provide our students what they need to succeed. Four out of five of Hope High School Online students go on to higher education! Below are resources to help equip both our virtual high school students and their parents with practical tools to succeed.
- VIRTUAL HIGH SCHOOL -
Our Free High School Online Supports Parents
Hope High School Online staff and teachers stay in close contact with parents, including a weekly progress report. Many parents engaged in their student's virtual high school progress ask us about ways to help their student succeed in their online high school environment. We’d like to share some tips for parents as they support their Arizona online high school student.
Virtual High School Empowers Students – You Should Too
One of the primary goals of our virtual high school in Arizona is to empower students to own their education. This helps them to become self-motivated and increases personal responsibility levels. There are several ways to do that.
Read more on empowering students on our blog HERE.
- COPING WITH -
At our free high school online, we understand that emotional health is closely tied to student success. Many teenagers experience anxiety, so Hope High School Online staff and teachers work closely with students who need coping skills.
What Causes Anxiety?
Dealing with deadlines, preparing for tests, along with any other social pressures can be a lot for students to navigate. When the stress and worry overshadow normal everyday activities, it is important that students have strategies to bring stress levels down.
At our free online school, experienced and compassionate staff mentor students, teaching the practical life skills necessary to overcome anxiety. You can read more about coping skills for anxiety HERE.
- SUCCESS TIPS -
Procrastination Can Impede Success for Arizona Virtual High School
Procrastination can bite all of us in the behind from time to time, but it is a pitfall that does exist for students involved in free online school at home. Procrastination basically just means that you put off or avoid doing something that is required. Where it negatively impacts education is that students find themselves trying to cram in completing their work at the last minute, and don’t give themselves enough time to do quality work.
How to Prevent Procrastination From Stealing Your Success
One thing students can do that they will certainly enjoy is to work on a reward system. When students do quality work and complete a task on time, reward yourself! What do you love? Gaming? Ice cream? Whatever motivates you, reward yourself for your success. Read more online school success tips HERE.
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