Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
For single mothers attempting to gain a high school credential or equivalency online, time and costs are major concerns. Most of these women are working low-paying jobs and dream of making a better life for their children. With finances tight and time hard to come by, online education can be their best step forward. Franklin Virtual High School (http://www.FranklinVirtualSchools.com) offers 100 percent online education that can be completed at a student’s own pace, in her own time, anywhere she has an Internet connection.
“We have great adult high school program options that are developed and/or delivered by fully certified high school teachers. They utilize easy-to-follow interactive and video-streaming learning formats and we continue to work with students as FVHS graduates to assure their success,” said Franklin’s Dean of Curriculum, Janeen Scaringelli; Scaringelli adds “as a single mother, I understand their struggles and am proud to know that our programs are helping graduates in general, but specifically this segment of students.”
The school, which is SACS accredited and has an A+ BBB rating, is uniquely set up for teens and adults whose schedules are such that access and study time must be flexible. FVHS curriculum includes options such as traditional diploma, Fast Track, preparation for GED and other state equivalency exams, SAT/ACT prep, and Trade School programs. In addition, FVHS offers a variety of satisfaction or money back guarantees so students will rest assured they’ve made a solid choice.
Registration to FVHS is quick, easy, and highly affordable, and students can enroll at their convenience. Additional interactive tutoring is available for a nominal fee.
To learn more about FVHS, visit http://www.franklinvirtualschools.com or call (888) 990-3847.
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. The school, which was founded in 2009 to offer 100 percent online education, is accredited by Advanc-Ed (http://www.Advanc-Ed.org), parent organization for SACS, NCA, and NWAC, and BBB A+ rated. 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.