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The Story of Ravyn Schmidt, Primavera graduate

Graduating is no easy task. At times, that light at the end of the tunnel can seem like it’s not getting any closer, but we promise you that it is! No matter your circumstances, you can earn your high school diploma. Sometimes it just means taking a non-traditional route. Ravyn Schmidt is a Primavera Online High School student who recently …

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Five Ways Earning a High School Diploma Online Gets Students College and Career Ready

Earning a high school diploma online can have the same value as a regular diploma; students who earn their diploma online can attend college. This depends on the school and its accreditation. As long as the school is accredited, your online diploma will hold the same value as one from a traditional school. As colleges add more online aspects to …

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5 Ways to Get Better at Math

Picture this: You’re sitting at your desk, staring at your computer. You have a pile of math homework to start. But you just can’t; you’re dreading it. You launch your courses and see a word problem. Your least favorite. You want to quit. Sound familiar? You’re not alone. In fact, 4 out of 10 Americans hate math. If you’re among …

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The Story of Jessica Tylka, Primavera Graduate

Meet Jessica Tylka, a 20-year-old Arizona State University and Primavera Online High School graduate. You read that right. Jessica is 20 years old with a bachelor’s degree and a full-time job as an analyst. Since she was little, Jessica’s mother, Florenca Tylka, knew she was different. “When Jessica was in second grade, I was told by her teacher that Reader’s …

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The Story of Melissa Verdugo, Primavera Graduate

In today’s fast-paced and demanding world, stress and anxiety are a reality for most of us. For many teenagers though, anxiety becomes overwhelming and can lead to other issues such as depression or ADD/ADHD.   Melissa Verdugo describes herself as a friendly, yet shy person. She began high school at a traditional brick and mortar school. Like many freshmen, she …

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How to do well in online school: Tips from Primavera students

There are certainly a number of differences between a traditional school and online high school. Just take it from this article. Switching to online high school is a lifestyle change. It has its benefits, but it takes some getting used to. Our students can contest to that. But you can excel in the online environment. All it takes is a …

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Megan of Tucson Graduates Two Years Early

Megan Good is a 16-year-old freshman in college. You read that right. Now living in Texas, Megan switched to Primavera Online High School her freshman year in order to graduate early. “I took an online Spanish course in the summer to leave a free period so I could be a teacher’s assistant in band,” said Megan. “After taking that course, …

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Is online high school Easy?

One of the most common questions asked about online school is: It it easy? Our answer is, “It’s school.” Because the question is so often asked, Primavera Online High School put together this article to help clear confusion. Check out their response below. In the past there were online schools who were not providing students with the quality curriculum they …

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How to Catch Up On Credits With Primavera

Every year, 1.2 million U.S. students drop out of high school. That’s about one in four high school students who will not graduate. Earning your high school diploma is extremely important. You can learn more in this article. If you’re thinking of dropping out, don’t. If you’ve already dropped out, it’s not too late. There are several schools and programs designed …

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Rachael Litwiller, Culinary Scholarship Winner

Rachel is a dedicated student with a driven dream: to become a famous culinary chef. She has loved to cook as long as she can remember. “I fell in love with cooking the first time I tried. I think my favorite thing about culinary arts is that it allows you to be creative in ways you didn’t even think possible,” said …

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