Kylie Hall

Graduate

Kylie Hall is a graduate student of Tennessee Connections Academy. Kylie found Connections Academy® to be the perfect fit for her in terms of flexibility, as she could maintain a busy traveling schedule while receiving a high-quality education. She shares her story below:

“When I decided to attend Tennessee Connections Academy for my senior year, it was a great decision. It was easy to wrap my school schedule around my travel schedule. If I missed a LiveLesson® session, the teachers would record it and allow me to come back to it later. This helped tremendously, so I didn’t miss anything important.

The teachers were excellent in the program because they made sure you were on track and doing the best that you can. They would get in touch with you by phone, or you could book a session with them online if you needed to talk to them. The interaction in this program was unreal in a good way. It made you feel like you had people there who were trying to help you, and it gave you the academic backbone needed in school.

I loved Connections Academy because it was flexible, easy to understand, and prepared me for college.

— Kylie

My favorite subject was Bridge Math. Math is the only subject that I have ever liked. It was my favorite because the curriculum was so straightforward. My teacher made sure in the LiveLesson rooms that there was no student left behind. If I needed help with anything, my teachers would get back to me within the same day or the next day.”

Outside of school, Kylie enjoyed going to the movies, going out to eat, and hanging out at the mall with her friends. Kylie plans to pursue a degree in criminal justice from a four-year college. She says, “I haven’t decided if I want to be a detective or become part of the FBI, but I am leaning more toward the FBI. Tennessee Connections Academy has helped prepare me for my future because the Senior Success class helped me complete my Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and fill out college applications. I wouldn’t have been able to figure it out on my own.”



Mark and his son attending online school