Announcements

Inspiring Success: Our English Teacher’s Impact Statement on Student Motivation​

Here at The Pearl: Remote Democratic High School, our community makes us great. We are excited to present a series of impact statements from our staff, families, and students, starting with our English Language Arts Teacher Sara Caldiero, MFA. “I started teaching at the Pearl Democratic High School in the fall of 2023.  I have …

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Arizona Students Can Now Attend The Pearl for Free!

Thanks to Arizona’s new Empowerment Scholarship, homeschoolers from Arizona can now get their Pearl tuition 100% covered Good news for Arizona residents: the Empowerment Scholarship Account allows families to use their education tax dollars towards a school of their choice, empowering students to obtain an education where they can thrive. The Pearl Remote Democratic High …

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Unlocking Your Teen’s Potential with IBM SkillsBuild: Empowering Neurodiverse Learners at The Pearl

As parents, we want our teens to thrive in a rapidly evolving world, equipped with the skills they need to succeed. At The Pearl Remote Democratic School, we understand the unique needs of every student, including those who learn differently. In this blog post, we will explore how The Pearl’s collaboration with the IBM SkillsBuild …

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9 Hybrid-Homeschooling Classes for Teens: Fall 2021

ENROLL NOW Our Classes Mutations: Magic Realism in Literature – Online Literature Class Monday and Wednesday from 1:30pm-3:00pm Central / 11:30pm-1:00pm Pacific In magical realism we will study instances of fantasy in a real world environment. Let’s find out what happens when authors blur the lines between the fantastical and reality.  The Pearl High School’s …

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