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How to Make a Mid-Year School Switch Easier on Your Child

Posted by ICON School on Jan 8, 2019 9:10:04 AM

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Transitioning to a new school can be incredibly difficult for some children, especially when it’s mid-year and they’ve already established a base in their mind for how their year will be, what friends they have, and so on. Taking this a step further, if you’ve decided to transition your child from a brick-and-mortar school to an online school, there are going to be even more unique changes to adjust to. However, there are ways to help alleviate the stress and the frustration your child may feel (and you may also feel as a parent/guardian).

Idaho High School Graduation Requirements

Posted by ICON School on Dec 13, 2018 11:18:43 AM

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At ICON, we understand the various reasons our students choose our program. While many students enroll for the flexibility that comes with online schooling, others enroll due to the fact that ICON has created an alternative graduation program that allows students to get a jump start on their post-high school goals at the pace that's right for them.

How to Graduate Early from High School

Posted by ICON School on Aug 1, 2018 9:51:00 AM

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Many students only dream of finishing high school early not realizing that it’s very possible to do, especially in Idaho. It can be an exciting and challenging process, but if you have the drive to do so and are in a program that supports you, you can do it! The key to success is to understand why you want to graduate early and create a solid plan to make it happen.

Virtual High School? Debunking Myths about Online Learning

Posted by ICON School on May 14, 2018 1:53:00 PM

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There was a time not so long ago when it was a dig to suggest someone went to school online. It was a way of questioning the legitimacy of someone’s education during a time when the internet was considered by some a fad and there wasn’t much infrastructure around online schooling. Today, many people use the internet to do traditionally place-bound things such as work, education, and communication. It’s no longer unusual for someone to work, learn, date, and socialize online; in fact, there’s a chance we do these things more online than we do in “real life.”