Read previous articles in this series: Part 1 or Part 2 “We assume there is only one right answer for every decisions, and we equate a choice that doesn’t work out well with failure. Not true.” 5. Enjoy the choices. A couple of decades ago, we didn’t have many options. There were only a few…
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Debra Bell started Aim Academy in 2011 after teaching AP English online for 10 years. Her initial purpose was to offer classes that align with AP, CLEP, and SAT exams so students are better prepared to score high on these by the end of high school. Friends, family members, and former students quickly joined her faculty. Each year we’ve had double digit growth in enrollment. Since then AIM Academy class list has expanded and our faculty has grown. We offer a full slate of college prep middle school and high school courses.
From Our Blog
Read Part 1 here. “I was always in a hurry with my homeschooling, fueled by a nagging sense of falling behind.” 3. You are going to skip something. And worse, it will be something really important. My twin sons enjoyed calling me from college their freshman year to report in on yet another news flash…
“Tell your kids to expect the unexpected.” My son Michael wasn’t all that thrilled to be homeschooled the first year we started. He gave me a month, and then took matters into his own hands. He said we needed to set a schedule. We were doing something different every day! He wanted to have math…