It is important that you meet your goal of graduating. We are here to help. You choose the date and time, we will provide the cake, punch and diploma!!!!
It is getting easier and easier to be admitted into college with a diploma from a homeschool program. NET High Academy staff are ready to help you obtain you high school diploma while preparing you for the next level of learning whether that be the local community college, state college, or training courses for a career. The quality education you receive at NET High Academy will prepare you for the future.
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Want to work for NET High Academy?
NET High Academy is always looking for highly qualified innovative teachers. Fill out the application form and Dr. Cynthia Knight will be in touch with you about opportunities in your area.
Research supporting online learning:
Edutopia is an excellent source for the up-to-date education research.
Students give back to their communities.
Students at NET High Academy are required to do 8 hours of service learning per month each month they are in the program. Students have volunteered at the Iowa Veterans' Home in Marshalltown, Iowa, helped elderly neighbors, taken people to doctor's appointments, and babysat for single mothers.
NET High Academy is for students who are ready to take control of their educational destiny. Are you ready to dive into work that interests to you, allows you to collaborate with your teachers to design the educational experience you want, and will help you move toward a career?
Do you hate school?
Do you find it difficult to look an adult in the eye, or to interact with older or younger children?
Do you seem fixated on designer labels and trendy clothes for school?
Do you come from school tired and cranky?
Do you come home complaining about conflicts that you've had in school, or unfair situations that you have been exposed to?
Have you lost interest in creative expression through art, music, or dance?
Have you stopped reading, writing, or pursuing another special interests?
Are you investing the bare minimum in homework?
Do you procrastinate until the last minute to do homework?
Do you come home unable to talk about anything exciting that happened in school that day?
Did a teacher, the school nurse, or a guidance counselor suggest that you may have a "disease," like ADHD, and should be given Ritalin or another behavior regulating drug.