In elementary school, Madison was homeschooled and took co-op Montessori classes. When it came time to enter middle and high school, she and her family were concerned about how this would affect her schedule.
As an overachiever, the rigid schedule of a traditional high school curriculum would no doubt make it difficult to attend extracurricular activities and other obligations that were important to this bright and promising student. But with the goal of attaining a bachelor’s degree in mechatronics, Madison’s grades took top priority. She needed a school that not only offered a strong science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) curriculum but dual-credit enrollment at the university of her choice.
That’s when Madison and her family decided that Connections Academy’s virtual school program was just what they were looking for.