Newsletters Archive

NARHS Newsletter 99 | December 14, 2017 | Virtue Studies

Greetings during this Christmas season. As this school year advances into winter, we at the NARHS headquarters are enjoying contacts coming into the office and stories about academic pursuits of the NARHS students. Some of you may find your curriculum choices have been exactly right for this year. Others may be looking for alternatives because what was planned is lacking something. If that is the case, check in with your NARHS advisor for a discussion of choices. If an English course is needed, we are gifting you with one in this holiday newsletter. It might be exactly what you need.

Issue 96 | May 25, 2017 | The Portfolio Review


Are you ready for the annual portfolio review?  It is that time of year again.  Remember that if you have questions or are unsure what to send, your advisor is ready to help.  You can also call 1-800-882-2828 with some quick questions.  We want to make sure that you feel supported in every way as you finalize the year of study.  Also consider teaming up with the student.  We would welcome as much student contact as possible during the portfolio review season.

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Issue 95 | May 6, 2017 | Homeschooling PE


"Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body,  it is  the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity."   John F. Kennedy

That quote from President Kennedy covers the precise reason why physical education credit is required for high school graduation.  Physical fitness and mental fitness work together improving cognitive skills.  What better time to plan a fitness regime than when summer is approaching with all kinds of outdoor opportunities.

Issue 91 | June 9, 2016 | The Portfolio to Transcript Story

THE PORTFOLIO TO TRANSCRIPT STORY 1.Since timing is exceptionally important during this season, we want you to be fully informed about the "portfolio-to-transcript" process. For most of you, expect 3-5 days that the portfolio will be in the hands of the post office, UPS, or Fed Ex. 2. Once received by your advisor, the portfolio will be reviewed according to "first come, first served". This time of the year, it is not unusual for a number of portfolios to arrive within a short time. However, if the student is a graduate, the portfolio receives priority treatment.