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The Flexible Gift on Everyone’s List is Online Education

Christmas Gift Wrapped in Front of Tree December 7, 2016

Online education is increasing in popularity as we approach the holiday season. Thankfully, our middle school and high school classes don’t have enrollment caps or deadlines.

And our accredited online school doesn’t just help students; we’re a lifesaver for busy counselors and hardworking parents too. Keep reading to learn more about the gift that keeps on giving and where you can get it today!

A Present for Parents

Parents of middle school and high school kids have a tough role. They want to feed their child’s interests and enable them to chase their dreams, but they also want them to receive a quality education to fall back on.

For parents serious about their child’s area of interest, traditional school is not an option. There’s no way to practice, travel and compete when a significant portion of their week is spent in classrooms.

Instead of homeschooling your child and devoting your time to being an educator-on-the-go, trust the certified teachers at The Bridge School to handle their education for you.

A Care Package for Counselors

Building hundreds of schedules and making each student happy is challenging. Some students want to be in every activity but then can’t fit in core classes, and other kids want to take electives or AP courses not offered on campus.

With the gift of The Bridge School, counselors can now approve these requests and sign off for them to earn credits through online education. In the end, it’s all about putting the best interests of students first.

Students get the Real Treat

The gift of online education from The Bridge School lets students:

  • Enroll in classes at anytime
  • Complete courses from anywhere
  • Learn with downloadable podcasts, videos, and a dedicated instructor
  • Earn credits with ZERO STANDARDIZED TESTS
  • Graduate with a Texas High School Diploma

 

There’s no better stocking stuffer than a quality online education.

Click Here to contact an advisor and get started!

Author James Mann

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