There was a time, not too long ago, that people would never have considered taking their high school classes any way than by going into a building. Over the past few years, taking online high school classes has become a lot more popular. Professor Clayton Christensen, from the Harvard Business School, has been quoted predicting that at least half of all students enrolled in K through 12 classes will take then online. At least 33% of all states had virtual high schools with full time students during the 1-14-2014 school year and 16% of states had blended online schools with a mix of full and part time students.
There are some benefits to sending your child to take online high school classes. Here are some of the reasons to consider it:
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