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20 02, 2017

20 Surprising Facts About U.S. Presidents You Didn’t Know

There’s no doubt, being President of the United States is one of the hardest jobs ever. And While we commend our fearless leaders for their outstanding service, there are some strange and funny facts we bet you didn’t know. We found hundreds of them, but since President’s Day falls on February 20 this year, we picked out [...]

16 02, 2017

Life of an Online High School Student vs. a Traditional Student

A common question we hear is: "What's different about online high school?" In a nutshell, the main answer is: the daily routine. Here is how the routine differs for an online high school student. Life of the Traditional Student vs. an Online High School Student Let's start with the morning. Traditional students need to wake up early, catch [...]

13 02, 2017

Understanding AzMERIT and Your Student’s Scores

This month, you can expect to see your student's test scores arrive in the mail. Before they do, we want to provide you with the resources you need to better understand AzMERIT testing, and what the test results mean. As you may have heard in news, the majority of students in Arizona did not pass the AzMERIT [...]

11 02, 2017

National Inventor’s Day: 5 Revolutionary Teen Inventions

February 11 is National Inventor’s Day, which falls on the birthday of America’s most prolific inventor, the late Thomas Edison. While he is America’s most famous historical inventor who held more than 1,000 patents, there are modern-day inventors who continue to transform our world with amazing solutions for our biggest problems. In fact, some of our [...]

9 02, 2017

“If I…” by Jennifer Heckman

The Panther Post is a blog series dedicated to featuring work from Primavera Online High School series. This month, we're excited to bring a thought-provoking poem by Jennifer Heckman, a 12th grader here at Primavera who loves reading and writing. "Writing fictional stories has been my passion since elementary school. Flowers, trees and other imagery [...]

7 02, 2017

Primavera’s Student-Centered Guidance Team

Since our start in 2001, student success has always been the center of Primavera's mission and focus. As we've grown into the largest high school in Arizona, we've constantly re-evaluated and improved to ensure we provide the quality education our students deserve. Our Guidance Department has a stellar program structured around student needs. We do not simply [...]

1 02, 2017

6 Reasons to Take Online Classes While Attending Traditional High School

Primavera offers different programs to meet student's specific needs. Concurrent enrollment is a program offered at Primavera that allows for students to enroll in a Primavera class while attending traditional high school. Here at Primavera, we can think of several reasons why you should enroll in an online class concurrently. For your sake, we've narrowed it [...]

30 01, 2017

How You Can Receive More Personalized Support Through Primavera Online High School

As the famous English author Terry Pratchett so eloquently stated, “a lie can run round the world before the truth has got its boots on.” There is an ongoing myth that online schools do not provide students with any support. At Primavera Online High School, this is far from the case. In fact, we’ve developed a [...]

24 01, 2017

Choose Primavera Online High School

At Primavera, we believe students deserve a choice in their education. That's why we've worked since 2001 to provide a tuition-free, quality online education for 6–12th grade students throughout Arizona. Since opening our doors to a handful of students over 15 years ago, Primavera has grown to be the largest high school in Arizona, educating nearly [...]

23 01, 2017

The Panther Post: “The Dream” by Patricia Olsen

The Panther Post features work from talented Primavera students with a love for the arts. This month, we're excited to feature a thrilling poem by Patricia Olsen, a junior here at Primavera who enjoys listening to music and playing volleyball. Check out her work below. "The Dream" by Patricia Olsen, 11th grade I'm running, Feet [...]