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High School for the Mixed Martial Arts August 6, 2012

High School for the Mixed Martial Arts Holds Grand Opening Event

Our partner, High School for the Mixed Martial Arts, will be hosting a reception on Saturday, August 11th to introduce their program to the Houston community.  Everyone is invited out for a tour of the campus and chance to meet the staff.  In addition, guest coaches Yves Edwards and Andrew Craig will be there to…

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Math Online Explanation July 27, 2012

Taking a High School Math Course Online

Online courses are very convenient for people who are tied to a job or other scheduled responsibilities. Fortunately, high school students can make things easier by taking a high school math course online. They can do this from the comfort of their laptops wherever they are and still have access to all the necessary resources….

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Generate Ideas and Present a Solution July 5, 2012

Taking a High School Science Course Online

A question that our Academic Advisors are frequently asked is: “I understand how online courses work for regular classes like English and Social Studies, but how does an online course work for Math or Science?” This week on our blog, we are going to outline the answer to the question about “taking science online.” As…

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The Bridge School 2012 Graduation June 16, 2012

It’s Online Graduation Time!

Graduation is one of the most important accomplishments in a teenager’s life, and this past week The Bridge School was able to celebrate this important time with our graduating seniors.  Now you are probably wondering how exactly an online high school conducts an online graduation, right?  Well the answer to that question is simple…just like…

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Summer School Graphic June 16, 2012

The Bridge School Summer School Courses are Always Open

One of the many benefits of our online private middle school and high school is that there are no limits on the number of students who can enroll in any particular course.  Whether it’s a core course like English, Algebra or Chemistry, or an AP course like AP World History, all courses will “make” and…

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