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Aug 1, 2014 3:27:32 PM

This CMA-SAS #touchthefuture blog post takes a look at a question we received from a parent interested in our personalized online school: To ask your own question, click here to take this survey.

10 Sep

2014-09-10 11:52:16 -0700

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Disclaimer: At CMA-SAS, we like to feature of the voice of our students, so this blog post carries a bit more heat than usual all while creating an effective message that we just couldn’t hold back. 

This CMA-SAS #touchthefuture blog post takes a look at a question we received from a parent interested in our personalized online school: To ask your own question, click here to take this survey.

10 Sep

How Online High School Helps Inspire Young Entrepreneurs

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Jul 24, 2014 6:30:00 AM

This CMA-SAS #touchthefuture blog post takes a look at a question we received from a parent interested in our personalized online school: To ask your own question, click here to take this survey.

10 Sep

5 Tips to Overcome the Fear of Sending Your Child to Online School

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Once upon a time, the United States Congress mandated that a college conduct over half of its instruction in physical classrooms to be eligible for federal financial aid. The law unfairly discriminated against people who participated in online schooling. Residents of rural areas, working adults and military members were especially hurt by the law. Thankfully, Congress removed the 50 percent classroom instruction threshold in 2006 and financial aid became available to all eligible online students. Today there are numerous ways to obtain financial aid and scholarships for online classes.

10 Sep

How to Apply for Scholarships and Financial Aid for Online School Plus 4 Takeaway Tips

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Martha is a small town librarian, the single mother of 15-year old Sarah. Her daughter, Sarah, is an accomplished classical pianist, but she and her mother are frustrated and disappointed with her progress in public high school.

10 Sep

Preparing Students for The Future of Work (The Perks of Online High School)

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Tommy is getting ready to start the 9th grade at the CMA-SAS online high school. Although he's excited about the new opportunity, he's also determined to be more mindful when it comes to keeping track of all of his homework assignments. In the past, he was notorious for losing important papers or turning them in late because he'd misplaced them. His bookbag looked like a junkyard, full of once crisp looseleaf now shredded.

10 Sep

What Happens When You Lose Assignments? Not a Problem w/ Online High School

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With the summer time heat now in full steam, this blog post takes a look at a list of summer books that will entice the multicultural online school student.

10 Sep

Top Ten Summer Reading List for Online High School Students

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Many parents are finding a personalized online high school curriculum via the distance-learning alternative a compelling advantage. A virtual education provides more choices in where you attend and how your child learns; however, the ability to learn without the normal classroom structure, and overcoming student procrastination are both crucial factors.Thats's where personalized education comes in.

10 Sep

The Top 3 Questions All Parents Need to Ask the Online High School Before Enrolling Their Child

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This blog post comes from Chris Geis, Executive Director of CMA-SAS. He shares his story of how he found his passion for personalized online education and why he, along with Tamra Excell, have become advocates for the Personalized Education Philosophy which differs from the the so-called personalized education many claim to create.

10 Sep

Faculty Spotlight: Meet Executive Director Christopher Geis "Personalication Via Online Learning - A New Way of Life"

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Student voice is an incredibly important value in my life. Not only is it beneficial to myself, but it is also beneficial to the world around me. Oftentimes people tend to be unheard or their thoughts trivialized- whether they’re a student, a worker, or a child. Students not having a voice seems to be incredibly prevalent in today’s society. People assume that I am too young or too inexperienced to know what’s good for me or for others. If you speak to others my age, you realize that this is a common hardship we all share.

10 Sep

Student Voice: The Power of Empathy and Compassion

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