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Ultimate Guide to Online Schooling – Succeeding with Education of the Future

April 11th, 2017 by

Online education has been rising in popularity for years. Now more prominent than ever, families are starting to seek out other alternatives to the traditional schooling system for a variety of reasons. Whether it’s to be able to travel as a family or because a student learns better when he or she is alone, online schooling can provide a family with a tremendous amount of freedom in their day to day life.

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Ultimate Guide to Online Schooling


Online Education Tips for Success in 2017

March 7th, 2017 by

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2017 is here! With the New Year finally here, now is a better time than ever to start re-calibrating and preparing for another year of education. Whether you’re finishing the second half of your education or starting the next, there are plenty of ways to have better academic success throughout 2017.


How to Select the Right Major for College

March 1st, 2017 by
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How to Select the Right Major for College

For years of your educational life, teachers and parents are always encouraging you to think about college. But it’s for a good reason: picking a good college and the right major is important. Choosing a college and a major isn’t something that can, nor should, be done overnight. College is an extension of your education and helps to prepare you for a life and career beyond academics.


Introverts vs. Extroverts – How Both Can Succeed with Online Courses

February 8th, 2017 by

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In a world filled with unique personalities, different learning methods, and different teaching styles, it can be difficult for school administrators and educators to set up a school system that matches every type of student. While they can do their best to help as many kinds of students as possible, there are plenty of ways that students and families of students can improve how effective they can learn in the classroom, especially online.

Every person fits somewhere on the introvert-extrovert spectrum. Generally speaking, there is about one-half or one-third of the population who can be declared as introverts, and another half (or two-thirds) as extroverts.


San Diego College Preparation with SDVS

February 2nd, 2017 by

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Education can feel like a long road to some students, but it’s an essential road to take for anyone looking to pursue higher education. San Diego Virtual School has always aimed at providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed academically while also preparing them for higher education beyond high school. When students don’t know where to start, we help them understand what they need to do in order to begin their continued education after they graduate from San Diego Virtual School.


Why Online High School Is Gaining Popularity Each Year

January 30th, 2017 by

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As technology advances in our modern world, everything around us has the potential to change for the better. While alternative education is not a new concept, other education options have been growing in popularity each year. San Diego Virtual School is a free online middle school and high school that provides both in-school and online education to students of San Diego.


How to Stay Connected While Learning Remotely

January 17th, 2017 by

When you’re learning and studying remotely, it can require new techniques to make friends and connect with students and teachers. The tips below can be a great way to meet new people even if you can’t meet them face to face.


Take Advantage of Online Learning: How Your Child Can Thrive

December 19th, 2016 by
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How Your Child Can Thrive With Online Learning

As virtual learning grows in popularity, more families are seeking alternatives from the traditional educational methods. Instead of having students spend their time in a desk for hours back to back, students can now take lessons from the comfort of their home and at a pace that is convenient for them or your family.

Online learning has its own pros and cons just like any other type of learning, so it’s important to understand how to help your child stay focused on their education. Keeping your child focused is one of the best ways your family can take advantage of online learning to benefit your child.


Top 6 Books to Read in Your Spare Time

November 15th, 2016 by
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Top 6 Books to Read in Your Spare Time

As you’re going through school, you’ll likely be assigned a variety of different reading assignments. Whether it’s a specific chapter within a textbook or an entire book to read for literature, they are assigned to help you become a better student to understand the course or become a better reader. However, school curriculum only requires you to read certain books and topics.

There are thousands upon thousands of other books you could read in your spare time. Below are six of our top picks for books you can read in your spare time.


How to Prepare Students for a Job that Does Not Exist Yet

October 25th, 2016 by

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Educators and school administrators have the tremendous challenge and opportunity help students prepare for life after school. Preparing students for advanced education after high school or helping them get careers they will love is just a part of the process that teachers and parents have alongside their students.

As technology improves over the decades, the question that arises is all about how we can help students prepare for a career they will enjoy, but step into one that does not yet exist. It’s not uncommon that popular in-demand jobs of today weren’t even available ten or twenty years ago.