Expectation Interference May Hinder Your Arizona Online High School Success. I’ve watched thousands of people workout. I’ve coached hundreds of people. And most people, I would award a “B” for effort. Or worse. I’m just being real. I would award an “A” for looking like they’re giving an “A” -effort. The scowl. The breathy grunt. … Read more
Here’s a question for our online high school students… “If you could do anything you wanted to do and knew you couldn’t fail, (either now or after you finish your online high school) what would you do?” That question kept me up into the wee hours of the morning on many occasions. I LOVED dreaming … Read more
“Today I said yes.” Today I said Yes in a business world (you can substitute free online high school) that keeps wanting to teach me to say No. “Busy professionals (and busy students) need to learn to say ‘No!’” they tell me, “because that’s the way to avoid distractions that get in the way of … Read more
“I have my whole life to decide what I want to do after online high school.” That’s what I said when I left high school. And you might be thinking that too. But I think it’s a mistake. I mean, it’s a mistake if you’re thinking you can just go about your day at an … Read more
ASU Gammage- Attend a Full Production- “Embracing and Appreciating Culture in your Life” Our students were encouraged to be open to the influence of multiculturalism through music and dancing. They were given the opportunity to share with their neighbors and learn from the remainder of the crowd where each individual and their ancestors derived from, … Read more
Our students were broken into teams and were given a virtual scavenger hunt to be completed at the end of their visit. Many students were excited to compete against fellow classmates to see who could find the most sought after exhibits. Some students questioned why we even have museums like this. They had never been … Read more
Schedule some Activities and Be a Hero! Now while you still have some time, pull out that calendar and chose some dates for holiday activities. It doesn’t need to be anything elaborate, but carve out a few hours to spend time with family and friends. Simple and easy ideas include baking or games, but be … Read more
Community Service Experience “Creating The Habit of Giving Back” Students will rotate through the Farm/garden, Food warehouse, Food prep Kitchen, Homeless resource center (hands-on interaction). Students will start designing their fundraising plan at the retreat and will present at least a $100 donation on the day of service.