Online education has taken off in recent years with an exponential growth in the last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But even before COVID-19 became a household name we were seeing an increase in the number of possibilities for online learning. There are many different models of online learning. Some of these models incorporate […]
Online Learners Who Follow their Passion Every moment in life along your journey is temporary. The joy of a goal achieved, the agony of defeat or a goal unmet in a given timeframe. Fret not if this goal has not been achieved, nor rest on your latest achievement. It is all temporary, or ad interim, […]
Online school is an appealing choice for high school and middle school students, especially in the age of social distancing. There are many reasons why families choose online for their children’s education – increased flexibility, more time to focus on a sport or instrument, or emphasis on independence and self-efficacy. But are you really getting […]
Written by USPA History Teacher, Amy Richard Summertime consists of warm weather, warm rains, and warm breezes. What goes the best with all of those things? Books. This summer why don’t you try reading every day? It seems like a huge burden but did you know that if you read 30 minutes a day that […]
Guest speakers include 3x Olympian Ashley Caldwell, U.S. ParaEquestrian Alanna Flax-Clark, and more!
Sports Academy and USPA’s goal is to offer athletics and academics in one, seamless package.
“If you do something, do it fully, and be appreciative of the little pixels that make up the bigger picture,” says Hannah.
Chicago Hockey Academy combined with USPA provides the most flexible schooling and training option for players who want to study, train, and advance.
"Studying pre med, biology and chemistry have always interested me,” says Mason.
The technology of online course delivery has certainly come a long way since the first “distant” learning option almost three hundred years ago, in Boston, Massachusetts.