educate your children from your home throughout high school, you are preparing
them for their futures. Today, knowledge of the online environment is increasingly important for both college and
career success, so combining your supportive learning environment with online
college-prep high school curriculum is something you should seriously consider.According to
The Sloan Consortium:
- In fall 2011, more than 6.7 million college-level students incorporated
at least one online course into their schedules.
- In total, 32 percent of higher
education students are taking at least one online course per semester.
Many students have discovered the flexibility that online
learning provides—allowing them to plan their academics around their life
instead of their life around their academics. However, it is important that
students gain the proper foundation for online course work to be successful.To assist you in exploring the world of online education,
University of Nebraska High School will present
two free live webinars next week.
Through these 20-minute presentations, UNHS representatives Charlotte Seewald
and Katelyn Ideus will:
Quality online high school programs also help parents meet
the demands of both parenting and teaching college-prep high school curriculum,
especially when coursework extends beyond their expertise. As some of you know,
high school years can be a time of transition from being the educator/parent to
becoming the mentor/parent. Online education opportunities can assist you in
navigating this transition.
With so many options for online high school opportunities,
what are some questions you should ask to find the best possible fit for your
- Provide an overview of the online learning landscape at the high school
and college levels
- Share characteristics of successful University of Nebraska High School
- Offer insight into the
University of Nebraska High School's online program and courses
To sign up:
If you have any questions, please
As an accredited online high school with certificated
teachers, UNHS understands the needs of home school families. Since 1929, it has
provided distance education to students, making the education they need to meet
their goals accessible. For more than 80 years UNHS has served home school
students by offering individual distance courses as well as a full diploma
program. More than 100 core, elective and Advanced Placement
are available through UNHS.