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Mrs. Glapion has been with The Bridge School for 3 years where she teaches a variety of history courses ranging from: World History, World Geography, Economics, Government and US History for grades 8-12. Before joining The Bridge School she worked with the Houston Independent School District for 31 years, teaching 15 of those years. Another fun...
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Traditional school is not a fit for every Middle and High School Student.  Issues like bullying, health issues, recovery, and even difficulty learning from a specific teacher can make it difficult for students to learn the information they need to complete a course – and therefore graduate from high school. Some students want to graduate early...
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After struggling for years with a drug addiction, Peter, a full-time student at The Bridge School, was able to turn his life around and get on track through online education. Peter recently participated on a student panel at the iNacol Virtual School Symposium in New Orleans.  Learn more about Peter’s story, as well as the other...
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As middle and high school student’s needs become more specialized, and as states institute legislation for virtual schools, numerous online schools have emerged. With all of the competition and subsequent confusion about what each online school offers, we wanted to put together a simple summary of what makes The Bridge School unique. Before You Read Further...
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One of our challenges at The Bridge School is helping people understand how online high school works.  Most people’s only point of comparison is traditional (bricks and mortar) public or private schools.  It’s difficult to shift your mind to a different type of educational delivery format and believe that the education and curriculum could be held...
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