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For details about the variety of online courses and how to register, visit the website: http://www.ed2go.com/sjdckids (see details below)
Announcing two new courses aimed at struggling high school students (see details below):
High school students in need of making up credits or retaking a course to improve their GPA can get back on track to earn their high school diploma with this accredited online program. Nine different courses will be offered in the areas of math, science, and language arts.
This intensive online math course assesses student’s knowledge gaps and then targets instruction and practice to specifically address individual needs, allowing you to master everything from basic arithmetic to intermediate algebra.
For detailed information about the DMV Certified Driver's Ed program and registraion, visit the website:
http://onlinedriversed.com/?lcode=4272 (see details below)
Have questions? Need more information? Call 209-954-5045.
ed2gO Online Learning
Kids College has partnered with ed2go® to provide online courses on a wide range of topics. Teens (those with at least an 8th grade reading level) can take not-for-credit online courses at a time that fits best with their busy schedules. (Note: For High School Credit Recovery and Ready Math, see below.) These online learning courses are opportunities for teens to improve academic skills, learn new computer skills, and develop skills for possible future employment or careers, i.e.: Academics (Math, Languages, Science, Grammar); Test Preparation (SAT, ACT, & GED); High School Credit Recovery; Computers & Technology (Programming, Networking, Web Technology, Graphic & Multimedia Design); and Career & Personal Interest.
For details about the online courses and how to register, visit the website:
Online Courses: All the not-for-credit courses run for six weeks with a two-week grace period at the end. Each course is composed of 12 lessons, representing 24 hours of instruction. You can ask questions and give or receive advice at any time during the course. A new section of each course starts monthly. These are not-for-credit classes, but upon successful completion, students will be able to download a certificate of completion from ed2go®.
2015 Course Start Dates: (Note: New courses start monthly)
Jan. 21, Feb. 18, Mar. 18, Apr. 15, May 20, June 17, July 15, Aug. 19, Sept. 16, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, Dec. 16
Fee: Most six-week online courses are $95.
Basic Computer Requirements: Students must have an e-mail address and Internet access (Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer web browser).
Other Requirements: Students must have at least an 8th grade reading level.
Kids College has partnered with Education To Go®to offer two new courses aimed at struggling high school students:
Online High School Credit Recovery Program (Note: for Credit)
High school students in need of making up credits or retaking a course to improve their GPA can get back on track to earn their high school diploma with this accredited online program. Nine different courses will be offered in the areas of math, science, and language arts (both Semesters I and II). Go online and check it out:
This intensive online math course assesses student's knowledge gaps and then targets instruction and practice to specifically address individual needs, allowing the student to master everything from basic arithmetic to intermediate algebra. Go online and check it out:
Driver's Education Online Learning
Kids College, in association with Drivers Ed Online, is offering a California DMV-certified online driving education course that empowers teens and adults with the knowledge needed to stay safe behind the wheel under a wide range of driving situations. From registration to final certification, the course takes place entirely online, allowing students to work from home or from anywhere they choose. This 30-hour course provides a comprehensive and effective learning experience that is 100% safe, convenient, and secure. With a focus on safe driving and accident prevention, the content is current and presented in innovative ways. Parent participation and interaction are encouraged in this course. (Note: A student can take the course at any age, but cannot apply for a DMV driving permit until age 15 1/2 and needs the certificate from the course to apply.)
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