"InterHigh is THE BEST choice for someone who desires the freedom to learn dynamically. It is flexible, modern and always open to suggestions."
Maleeka Abbas | Blogger
Before joining InterHigh, I attended both Primary and Secondary school, although I left Secondary school during the first week of year nine. As a VIP (Visually Impaired Person), I have always had to have a QTVI (Qualified Teacher of Visual Impairment) by my side at all times – I’m sure they rather enjoyed playing never-ending rounds of ‘Follow the Leader’!
Mainstream school had always been the place where I felt trapped. It didn’t feel like anyone really acknowledged the ability of someone who is outwardly different. I found many people doubted me because of my age or my challenge – I really dislike the word ‘disability’.
I felt accused of being a school-hater and an attention craving teenager, but I really am no such thing. In fact, most of these common claims counter my personal outlook on life/beliefs – especially the one about me hating school.
I’ve always felt that my experiences in previous education follow the same pattern of feeling ignored and our issues forgotten.
It’s a polar opposite! There is a major, off the scale, measurable difference between InterHigh and mainstream schooling. As I said earlier, I felt trapped in a traditional school and felt like I couldn’t be creative.
InterHigh, however, is one of, no, THE BEST choice for someone who desires the freedom to learn dynamically. It is flexible, modern and always open to suggestions.
Yes! My life revolves around my blog (MeeksSpeaks.com) so I often need to write, travel or record something. My blog is my creative space to share my unique perspective of the world and increase awareness around Visually Impaired Persons (VIP’s).
The projects I have the opportunity to participate in are so exciting and allow my ideas to come into existence.
With the incredible InterHigh, I don’t need to wait for when school ends to start my creative tangent. I can just do whatever I want in between lessons.
I have made quite a few friends on Yammer and InterHigh’s learning platform! People here are so mature, intelligent and compassionate, I feel right at home.
I have a list! My top tips for InterHigh students, are:
1. Be confident in lessons.
2. No one is going to judge you.
3. Embrace your education, don’t be afraid to ask for help and don’t be anxious about sharing your accomplishments.
4. Oh, and please don’t spam the chat during lessons!
InterHigh’s goal is to help all students. Your education is, and always should be, in your hands (I’m speaking from personal experience here).
InterHigh removes all the unnecessary, petty problems. There’s only room for life lessons and creative kids here! Naturally, all other benefits fall under this main benefit. From 24-hour access to the flexibility, InterHigh really is the way to go.
Our online school is unique in its flexibility, approach and accessibility. Effective classroom learning without interruptions allows pupils to progress in their learning giving them time to pursue other interests.
Our British Curriculum, offering a complete core of Key Stage 2 subjects right through to IGCSE and A Levels, provides the perfect foundation for future studies. Our revolutionary teaching model allows pupils to make excellent progress in rapid time.