Virtual School Meanderings

June 29, 2013

Brandon High School joins The Virtual High School Collaborative

From yesterday’s inbox…

Summer reading….check out this article about how Brandon High School is using VHS blended learning programs.

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Dear Michael:

Greetings and Happy Summer!

I hope this season is off to a great start, filled with rest and relaxation over the next couple of weeks. I am writing today, to simply share an article that was recently published about Brandon High School and why online learning is important to them.

We know that at the state level there is discussion around having students to take at least one online course before they graduate. So, this is an opportunity to learn about one school in your area and what they are doing to provide online learning options to their students.

Excerpt for the article:

We didn’t want to just jump in and be an online school. We want to take the best and make it a unique Brandon experience… We’re preparing kids for college. The reality is, this is what college looks like these days. It’s a good service to offer…
Please click this link to read the entire article:

Blended Learning Solutions
Please contact me to learn more about our online and blended services including: Our collaborative program model, Blended learning solutionsCourse fulfillmentFull time enrollment optionsSummer school courses and Teacher technology & professional development.

Enjoy your summer!

Cheryl Rosenberg
Online Learning Specialist
The VHS Collaborative (Formerly Virtual High School Global Consortium)
crosenberg@TheVHSCollaborative.org
978.450.0502 phone
617.785.8544 mobile

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