Homeschooling Special Needs Students

Posted by ICON School on Feb 19, 2020 2:14:10 PM

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There's plenty to consider when it comes to homeschooling your special education student. What kind of curriculum should you use? What records should you keep? How do you get the most out of every minute without overwhelming yourself or your child? At first, answering these questions might seem stressful, but with a little help in all the right places, you can make homeschooling a perfect fit for your family.

5 Key Benefits of Online High School

Posted by ICON School on Feb 12, 2020 1:56:00 PM

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Are you considering using the power of online learning for your high school education? As the internet becomes more prevalent, accessible, and mainstream, online school has continued to grow, and today there are online options for nearly every kind of student and designed for every level of education. For many students, learning online is actually better than a brick-and-mortar school; it can even provide opportunities that would never be available through traditional schooling methods.

Idaho Requirements for Homeschool Students and Parents

Posted by ICON School on Feb 5, 2020 10:30:57 AM

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The state of Idaho gives parents options when it comes to their children's education. The government does not require students to attend an institution for schooling and allows parents or legal guardians to serve as instructors without formal certification. Idaho is very homeschool-friendly, with very few requirements for parents. There are, however, certain regulations that every parent must follow if they plan to homeschool their students.

Tips for Transitioning Your Student to an Online School

Posted by Vickie McCullough on Jan 29, 2020 2:54:00 PM

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Starting online high school can be an overwhelming time for both the student and the parent. Parents are likely to feel apprehensive about the child learning from home, and the child may be worried about missing friends and classmates he or she is used to seeing every day. But with a little research and preparation, any family might decide that this alternative to traditional schooling is right for them.

Pros and Cons of Homeschooling in High School

Posted by ICON School on Jan 24, 2020 8:47:37 AM

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Whether you're brand-new to the homeschooling game or you're a long-time homeschooler watching the ninth grade loom on the horizon, the chances are that you're worried about those high school years--and that's okay! Homeschooling is a journey you don't have to take alone. Today, we're going to take a realistic look at the pros and cons of homeschooling during high school so that you know what to expect (and how to handle it all).

How Treatment Facilities Can Keep Students On Track

Posted by ICON School on Jan 6, 2020 9:57:56 AM

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Teens in recovery centers may not think education is within their reach, but the good news is that this doesn't have to be the case. By partnering with an accredited, flexible school prepared to offer solutions and work around specialized considerations, treatment centers can help teens think of themselves as hardworking, successful students--no matter what.

How to Create a Better Homeschooling Experience

Posted by ICON School on Dec 10, 2019 2:40:53 PM

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If you're considering homeschooling, congratulations! You're on a rewarding, promising path that can take you wherever you want to go. Homeschooling is an excellent step toward creating unique educational experiences that meet different needs, foster different skills, and do wonders for students. However, the whole process can seem a little intimidating from the outside. We're here to help you get started.

Why Should You Graduate High School Early?

Posted by ICON School on Nov 26, 2019 1:59:27 PM

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High school can be the best--and, okay, maybe sometimes the worst--four years of your life. However, if you think you're ready for a new opportunity, you might be a perfect candidate for a Fast Forward Student program that allows you to graduate high school in fewer than four years. Sound too good to be true? Here are a few things that make it even better!