I asked each child what they wanted to be when they grew up. Presenting (from left to right) the music teacher, the artist/painter and the farmer. For more inspiring photos, check out these other...
Provost Academy: the UnVirtual Online School
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Provost Academy. All opinions are 100% mine.
As a young student in high school, I really didn't know anyone since I had just moved to state. I had my first meeting with my advisor and I instantly began to feel connected to the school. Fast forward 20 years later…that advisor and I are still in touch.
From the moment we first talked, my experience became more than just high school. It became a source of inspiration, information, awareness and it gave me a sense of preparation when it came to challenges in life.
In fact, that high school advisor is the one that suggested I go into marketing, communications and writing because she thought that I had a knack for these things. She was right and she changed my life.
At Provost Academy in South Carolina, relationships matter as much as academics. Provost connects students with peers, mentors, and with opportunities. Plus Provost Academy is Accredited which means that your diploma the counts. With devoted teachers, administrators and advisors, Provost Academy works hard to develop one-to-one relationships with students and to inspire learning.
PROVOST ACADEMY ~ THE UNVIRTUAL ONLINE SCHOOL
Provost Academy in South Carolina is all about putting the social into the virtual learning experience. Provost is an online public school in South Carolina that serves grades 9-12. Plus, there is no cost to enroll since they are a public school.
Provost understands that learning is unique to each of our students, and flexibility is required. We believe by working together we can create a distinctive learning experience for each student.
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MY UNVIRTUAL SCHOOL IDEA
My UnVirtual School Idea is for Provost to have Google Hangouts with some of their most accomplished students so that other students can ask questions and so they can at least see each other online.
SHARE YOUR UNVIRTUAL SCHOOL IDEA TO ENTER TO WIN A $100 BARNES & NOBLE GIFT CARD
Now you can enter to win a $100 Barnes & Noble gift card courtesy of Provost Academy #MyUnVirtualSchool. TO ENTER, comment on this blog post below answering this question:
HOW CAN AN ONLINE SCHOOL BECOME SOCIAL?
Giveaway runs through September 16, 2014 and one winner will be selected/notified by IZEA. Click HERE for the Official Contest Rules.