Bullying Statistics: Why Some Students Turn to Online School
December 14, 2017
In his video entitled “Bullying Statistics,” Thavixay Senthavy, member of Students Against Destructive Decisions, says in school “77% of all students are bullied verbally”, “50% of all students fear harassment or bullying in the bathroom,” and “sixth graders are the most likely students to sustain an injury from bullying, compared to high school students.”
Bullying is one of the reasons some students turn to an online school like CMASAS to complete their education. Whether your dream is to revolutionize space technology like Elon Musk, launch a singing career like Demi Lovato, or just not have to fear getting milk and cold cuts thrown at you in the lunchroom like Keaton Jones, having a safe space to explore your unique genius is essential. And that is what we offer our students here at CMASAS: a space to grow, to learn, and to take control of their own education without fear of standing out or being different.
Personalized Education at CMASAS
December 12, 2017
Imagine an online school where it really is all about you.
At CMASAS, discover the power of personalized education by exploring our student-based self-paced program. Our online students enjoy the flexibility of a customized, self-paced program built around individual learning styles, needs, and even travel or professional commitments for athletes and performers who don’t want to wait for graduation to make their dreams a reality.
Our mastery-based program ensures learning that lasts long beyond the classroom, and our Personalized Education Coaches take on the challenge to help mentor and grow each student’s unique genius. We have students from all over the world, and are proud to offer opportunities to explore this great earth through both regional and international gatherings.
Independence. Flexibility. Uniquely you.
The Nine Best Scientific Study Tips
December 09, 2017
With the end of the calendar year upon us and exams looming, we wanted to offer our online high school students @ASAPScience’s nine best scientific study tips!
Break it up. @ASAPScience says “study sessions are most effective in small, short chunks.”
Set a schedule. By having an hour or even thirty minutes every day when you sit down to study, your brain will adapt to the routine and will begin to absorb information during that time faster and more efficiently.
Use flash cards. Amazingly, highlighting texts or notes doesn’t have any scientific backing as being effective.