Our course pacing guide officially starts this week. We hope each of you enjoy a day off on Monday and are ready to get started, if you have not already, on Tuesday.
Starting a new semester is exciting. You get to take the lessons you learned from last semester and apply them. Start new work habits, get to know a new facilitator, and learn new information and skills! There are many tools available to you to help you on your way.
We understand you may need to switch courses. Please use our withdrawal form within the first 20 days of registration to request a course change.
The iLEAD Online team
If you received an “I” for incomplete on your Semester 1 Report of Progress, you have until Friday, March 1st, to submit all work for that course. Please make every possible effort to meet that deadline. Work with your coach and facilitator to create a work plan that’s best for you. We are here to … Continue reading “Coach’s Corner: Full-Time Learner Updates”
We love technology! In fact, we love it so much, we believe that children and teenagers can actively learn, think, engage, and create with online school. However, we also know that the benefits of frequent activity and time outside are necessary for healthy human growth, development, and behavior. We all need time outside, even when … Continue reading “Tip of the Week: Go Outside!”
Our on-site science labs are a great way to get hands-on practice, connect with your peers, get help from your facilitator, and have FUN with science! Click HERE for our Spring Lab schedule. Science labs may be taken with an iLEAD Online Science Course or as a stand-alone experience. Click HERE for our science offerings.
Continue reading for a full list of our new course offerings this semester. All courses are written by a credentialed expert and are specifically designed for online learning in the iLEAD model. Life Skills 101 A Click HERE for a video introduction of the course! From personal budgeting to college applications, this course serves high … Continue reading “New Courses Available!”
Growing up in a traditional school system was always a challenge for an ADHD student like me. One thing that always inspired me to excel was meaningful social interactions and relationships with facilitators. Having someone who truly cared about my success fueled me to be the best learner I could be. As I pondered my … Continue reading “Staff Spotlight: Kelsey Evenson, Academic Coach”
This is an opportunity for learners to listen to a discussion with Madeleine Albright, the first female Secretary of State. She will be discussing her latest book, Fascism: A Warning. When: Wednesday, February 6, 8 p.m. Where: The Frost Auditorium, Culver City High School, 4401 Elenda St, Culver City Cost: Tickets start at $25 Tickets … Continue reading “Things to Do: Madeleine Albright Book Discussion”
Going straight to college after high school is not for everyone. In fact, many students take a gap year to work, travel, or explore other interests. If your high schooler is considering waiting a year before starting college, they may be interested in attending this fair where they can learn about available opportunities. When: Thursday, … Continue reading “Things to Do: Gap Year Fair for High School Learners”