You sign up with them and choose classes from their course offerings to meet graduation requirements. This is kind of like choosing from the menu at a restaurant. They keep records and issue grades and a diploma.
- You get a diploma from an institution with a campus school.
- They do the planning work and ensure a proper course, scope, sequence, and requirements.
- They will keep you and your child accountable.
- Parental time involvement is less. Little planning.
- Parent just helps and then tests student.
- They do all of the documentation work for you.
- You are locked into the school’s time frame.
- You are stuck with the school’s course outline, methods, textbooks, etc.
- The course offerings may not meet your child’s individual needs.
- Your student cannot study their interests in any more depth than the school has course work.
- They might not permit early graduation.