Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Alternative Education

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While I don't currently have any children of my own, I am fully in support of alternative forms of education. I have already decided that I want to home school my children when the time comes. What are your thoughts on home schooling or other alternative forms of education? Have you had any experience with alternative education?

Did you know that Ashworth College offers alternative education? For those currently in high school or returning to high school the flexible, self-paced curriculum lets you study whenever and wherever you like. High School Online

Research shows that Ashworth tuition is 50% less than the average accredited online school, tuition includes all books and course materials. They offer zero-interest financing plus a low monthly payment plan. Monthly payments can run as low as a couple of large pizzas! Unlike other programs, you are guaranteed to graduate without student loan debt. Research shows students, employers, colleges and universities value a high school diploma over a GED.

You can choose from three regionally accredited program tracks: General, College Preparatory and Vocational. Ashworth College Featured by National Education Report

Students needing to make up a class or two can take single classes and have the credits transferred back to their current school. Ideal for those needing to make up a class in order to graduate or to avoid summer school. Ashworth Video Gallery

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