Franklin Virtual High School Encourages Chicago Students To Stay Engaged In School (Even Without Their Teachers)!

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Franklin Virtual High School (FVHS) provides a full range of educational options for teens and adults. For those youths in Chicago – or any other city – finding themselves out of school due to teachers being on strike, FVHS (http://www.franklinvirtualschools.com) is an ideal way for these students to keep pace and even get ahead of next semester’s requirements. Parents gain the confidence that their kids aren’t sitting around with idle time and falling behind on their studies.

Franklin Virtual High School (FVHS) (http://www.franklinvirtualschools.com) is a completely online school offering a viable alternative to youths affected by the Chicago teachers’ strike. Some may wish to take next semester’s electives or even upcoming traditional classes in order to stay ahead. FVHS guarantees that all credits earned will be accepted when classes are again in session at students’ schools. FVHS offers high school education that can be taken by teens and adults, as either full-or part-time students. Established in 2009 as a DBA of parent company ESP Learning, LLC, the fully accredited (as of June, 2012), school is an ideal means of staying ahead.

FVHS allows students the flexibility to work at their own pace from home, with an entirely affordable tuition. FVHS provides easy-to-follow, interactive and video classes with individualized, 100% online learning, including homework, quizzes, tests and lab work. FVHS also offers a variety of money back guarantees, so parents will rest assured that they’ve made a solid choice.

“While we have full-time students, all of our accredited curriculum is available to students on a part-time basis. During times like the Chicago strike, students don’t have to sit idly by and do nothing toward their future,” says the school’s Chief Administrative Officer, David Hooser. “Join our part-time student base and knock out an elective class or two while the strike issues are resolved.” Mr. Hooser adds, “We are an ongoing educational institution, so even after the strike, students can take extra classes to free up their days for elite athletic training, afternoon job opportunities or simply to graduate early.”

Schools across the nation welcome credits from tuition-based FVHS and appreciate that this private school does not compete for crucial state funds slated for public and charter schools. In addition, FVHS is state registered, SACS Accredited and has a BBB A+ rating.

Registration at FVHS is quick and easy, and students have a full range of classes from which to choose, including the basics of English, Math and Science and electives such as Computer Science, Psychology, Engineering Design, and more. FVHS also offers completely online SAT/ACT, ASVAB and GED test preparation programs. Interactive tutoring is available for a nominal additional fee.

To learn more, visit FVHS at http://www.franklinvirtualschools.com or call 888.990.3847.

ABOUT: Franklin Virtual High School (FVHS) caters to teens and adults seeking to fulfill high school education requirements or equivalency as full- or part-time students. SACS Accredited and BBB A+ rated, the school was founded in 2009 to offer 100% online education. As a private enterprise, FVHS is a tuition-based educational institution that does not compete with public or charter schools for government funds. FVHS students are seeking to achieve a variety of goals, from career advancement to continuing their education, whether at trade/vocational schools, private schools and community colleges, or at major universities.
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