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Parents want to make the right decision for their child’s schooling - whether it’s public, private or a different education model. While every child has individual needs and learning styles, here are the top three factors to generally consider when selecting the best high school option:
It is often said that a school is only as good as its teachers. In the past year, many parents have realized the important role teachers play in shaping a child’s future. They are also the ones that a child spends the most amount of their time with in school and can instill positive qualities.
If your child is interested in pursuing a particular subject area, such as mathematics, or finance, parents should consider whether the high school provides related opportunities to foster these interests.
Parents should examine how schools teach diversity and inclusivity. Does the school have a support and inclusive environment? Will your child be able to bring their best self to school every day? These are extremely important questions these days as children are dealing with a wide variety of stresses.
Sydney students at Crimson Global Academy (CGA) study full-time or part-time alongside their normal school to expand and accelerate their learning. CGA is a world-class, fully-registered online high school delivering live, real-time teaching to students right in their own home.
As a student, you’ll be able to gain access to:
CGA offers a wider range of subjects students may not traditionally have access to. Students can enroll part-time in addition to their standard schooling, or full-time with CGA.
Students are placed into courses based on ability, not age, meaning students can go deeper and study more advanced content.
Our students study an internationally recognised curriculum through Pearson Edexcel in a truly global classroom, with classmates all over the world.
Our fully registered teachers are based around the world, including in New Zealand, the UK, Europe, the US, and beyond. They bring over 20 years of teaching experience.
With students currently enrolled from 18 countries, the CGA classroom feels small and limitless at the very same time. It gives the opportunity to interact with a diverse peer group.
Extracurricular and leadership activities at CGA are focused on developing young leaders who have the skills needed to succeed in the future.
Featured in a recent Sydney Morning Herald article, Karin Rezkalla, one of our top NSW students shares that she ‘felt bored by her year-level curriculum’ and chose CGA to help accelerate her Maths.
Although it is based on an online platform, I’ve been able to learn just as well as any physical school, if not better. The teachers are so amazing and accommodating and spend time with each of the students separately!
Apart from the learning, CGA has provided me with a community and a platform to share my ideas and be guaranteed that they’ll reach people from all over the world. As part of the leadership team, the CGA Press and as a student mentor, I’ve found CGA an incredible place to meet new people, make new friends and be inspired!
If you are looking for the best high school option in Sydney, download our Prospectus to see if CGA is right for you.
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