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Posted: Friday, September 30, 2011 7:00 pm

There are no boundaries in the virtual world of learning and Bigfork High School is taking advantage of that through Bigfork Digital High School.

The school first offered online classes four years ago through Virtual High School, an international online consortium of instructors teaching specialized courses such as American Popular Music and Nuclear Physics.

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          2 comments:

          • michael posted at 12:05 pm on Sat, Oct 1, 2011.

            michael Posts: 536

            What a great opportunity. Why can't the offenders who victimized the kids on the bus from Msla complete their high school in this way? They have no excuse for not getting that diploma and others are spared the possibility of having to share the same space with them?

             
          • misterb posted at 6:12 am on Sat, Oct 1, 2011.

            misterb Posts: 52

            The administrators got their degrees online, why not the students? And better yet, we don't have to pay the students while they're doing it.

             

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