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EdOptions Academy Profile of Achievement

EdOptions Academy Profile of Achievement

Edmentum is redefining the 21st century classroom. We enable educators and administrators to deliver achievement in the classroom, blending individual teaching approaches with proven, award-winning online learning solutions that specifically address the needs of individual learners and the expectations of everyone with a stake in learner success.

The EdOptions Academy Profile of Achievement highlights students in our program who are having success with EdOptions Academy and gives you an inside look at how our program is shaping their futures.

Meet Haleigh!

“My name is Haleigh and I’m a sophomore in high school.  I chose to use EdOptions Academy after moving twice in one semester to different states and needing to keep my credits together.  I definitely made the best choice.  I have always had a goal of graduating early from high school and getting a jump start on college and my future career.  Because EdOptions Academy has given me such an advantage, I plan on taking several more classes to get ahead.

In my spare time, when I’m not in school or working online with EdOptions Academy, I am an avid runner, and I am in my second year as a Varsity Track runner.  I also love soccer and have played Division One soccer for several years.  As long as I’m running or have a ball, I’m in my element.  While I really enjoy my sports, I definitely have a typical girl side and love artistic makeup.  I have assisted my sister, a photographer, as a makeup artist for her photoshoots with several models.  Because of my diverse interests, I actually have a wide range of interests for a career.

I’ve begun exploring potential careers and college majors including Sports Medicine, Psychology, Cosmetology, and Business.  At least I have a little more time to figure out what I want to do with my life!  The colleges I’m most interested in are University of Houston and Texas A&M Galveston.  My next stop will be college visits and narrowing down my career.”