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Why Charter Schools are the Best Choice for Your Child’s Education

The enrollment rate at charter schools continues to increase steadily every year. For example, there was an increase from 1% to 6% between fall 2000 and fall 2007 by the number of public school students who attended public charter schools. Here are the top five benefits why charter schools are the best choice for your […]

Is It a Good Idea to Get a Job in High School?

For many students, working a job provides spending money for a social life. For others, working is necessary to help the family make ends meet or to save for college. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, more high school students than ever before stepped up to help contribute to their family’s household income and may not be […]

Does Community College have Scholarships?

A community college also called a junior college, offers students a two-year degree known as an associate degree. There are four types of associate degrees, each of which helps you prepare for a different academic field or occupation. Some are meant to be transferred to a four-year institution, while others are career-specific and help prepare […]

Why Small Class Sizes Really Matter

Small class sizes are often cited as one of the most important factors in a student’s education. But what does that mean for students, and why do experts believe it’s so important? Here we take a closer look at the benefits of small class sizes and how they can help your child succeed. 1. More […]

How High School GPA is Calculated

Your grade point average (GPA) is the sum of all your final grades throughout your high school career divided by the total number of courses. Most high schools (and colleges) report grades on a 4.0 scale. Each letter grade (A,B,C,D, & F) has a numerical value assigned to it based on the 4.0 scale that […]