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Course SummaryTake High School 101 to prepare for high school. These fun and simple lessons cover key math, science, reading, writing and social science topics that you'll need to know before starting high school, and the course also shows you how to develop strong high school study skills.
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About This Course
If you're about to start high school, make sure you're prepared by taking our High School 101: High School Readiness course. The course offers short lessons that are taught by subject matter experts, as well as practice quizzes that reinforce important concepts. As you work through the course, you'll learn how to study effectively in high school, and you'll review a variety of high school math, social science, science, reading and writing concepts. You can access the course at any time using your desktop, laptop, mobile device or tablet.
The course can benefit students, teachers, parents and adult learners.
- Students who are entering high school can review the course to refresh their understanding of the high school subjects they'll need to know.
- Middle school teachers can incorporate these lessons in their curricula to assess their students' readiness for high school.
- Adult students who are thinking of taking the GED can take this course to see if they understand foundational concepts in common high school subjects.
- Parents with middle school students can use the course to tutor their kids and make sure they're adequately prepared for high school.
- High school reading and writing skills
- Basic math, science and social science concepts for high school
- Study skills for high school grade levels
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