A program of Empire Springs and Harbor Springs
|Name: Alina Hernandez
Age: 15 Grade: 9th
I chose: Venture Online
Why? To have more time to practice my violin. Alina hopes to attend Julliard in New Your City on scholarship and become a concert soloist.
Alina says: “The course work is fun and challenging, and I have an awesome teacher. It is so convenient to just walk across our hallway and “go to school”, I am so happy that we found this school!” She advises new students to do their best and work hard at what they do. To talk to the teachers about anything that confuses them, they are there to help. If you communicate with them regularly, you will never feel overwhelmed or lost.
Venture Online K-12: This K-12 program caters to the needs of the 21st-century students allowing them to complete their education anytime, anywhere, with the full support of single-subject credentialed teachers. Venture Online provides a comprehensive program that recognizes individual learning styles as one of the keys to student success and provides opportunities for personalized learning.
The goal of Venture Online is to make it possible for students to achieve success while pursuing their dreams. We believe that learning should be a personalized, positive experience that opens doors for future success. Our comprehensive program provides a school that can be done anywhere, anytime and at your child’s pace.
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News + Announcements
April 16, 2021
Venture Online student Joshua Henderson
has received a full scholarship to West Point. He has earned a 4.0 GPA over the past three years and is a nationally-ranked junior tennis player. (see past newsletter article here
January 7, 2021
Springs Venture Online junior Caden Carlstrom
, 16, was a poll worker for the November 3rd
election. He was prompted to apply for the job because of his interest in politics and government.
January 4, 2021Springs Venture Online program is holding monthly webinars to stay connected with and give encouragement to students after staff reached out to families to ask what they wanted to be addressed in the webinar. Graduate Elle Martin (pictured) joined a recent online gathering, talking about her time with the school and her experiences horseback riding.
October 14, 2020See All News
Springs senior Madison Hall
, 17, has been named a Murrieta Chamber of Commerce High School Student of the Month. Madison was honored for her academic success, which she balances with an acting and music career. She is also the daughter of a U.S. Army veteran, and chose Springs’ Venture Online program because and it has allowed her to remain in a single school when her military family has had to relocate.