Bridgeway Academy’s commitment to provide excellence in education has never stopped at the United States borders. While Bridgeway has graduated many American students living abroad, on February 22, 2014 the homeschool academy is proud to congratulate their first classroom based group of international South Korean graduates.
Bridgeway Academy Senior Elizabeth “Ebee” Price recently signed a letter of intent, accepting a full ride scholarship to study at Stanford University and locking in a position on the Cardinal’s gymnastics team.
Price, a 2012 US Olympic alternate, has been a fierce competitor not only in sports but in her education as well. With a rigorous training schedule that spans 40+ hours over six days each week, Ebee needed the flexibility of homeschooling. With Bridgeway Academy’s flexible schedule and top accreditation, Ebee thrived, meeting her equally challenging educational goals that would match her thirst for math science, as she aspires to become a biomedical engineer.
Across the nation, parents are experiencing a November education tradition – parent teacher conferences. This year, in the wake of implementation of Common Core State Standards and the subsequent testing, parents may find their children struggling in new ways and themselves unable to help them. Other parents with gifted learners may see that their children are desiring more challenges than are now offered. Many parents don’t realize that they have a choice in their child’s education and can take back control. Bridgeway Academy, an accredited homeschool academy, has the tools and experience to help families navigate these new educational waters.