How does YSA work?
We understand busy schedules and have worked very hard to create a program that will empower without overwhelm
Every Monday the lesson for the week will be placed in your child’s student account with things to think about, plan and/or do. The YSA curriculum consists of 37 lessons spread across what equates to a traditional 10-month school year.
Each week’s assignment is completed and yes, sometimes the assignment needs to be emailed to us by Sunday. No worries, we try to make them as fun as possible, but remember Success Is A Decision!
1. Must have access to the Internet. Options include home, school, a neighbor, the local library, etc.
2. Must be in the 7-12th grade. Students in grades 4-6 may be considered by special application only.
Now I know you are wondering, how much time you need to complete each lesson. Well that really depends on the lesson and the teen. Some lessons have more activities than others but I can tell you that our best students plan about 30 minutes a day.
Youth Success Academy is self-paced and success is not a race so complete the activities using a system that works best for your schedule.
Yes, It Really Is That Simple!
By the way, this is an awesome program for home-schoolers
But WAIT, there’s more . . .
Academy youth will be invited to attend Danette’s virtual Club Success Party where students can meet and hangout in the YSA Lounge via webcam.
The YSA Student Center will be accessible 24-7 where students can ask questions, receive support and interact in a private online forum.
Youth Success Academy is the BEST place on the Internet for youth to become . . . Strong, Prepared, Empowered and Successful!
Getting Started Is Easy!
Step One: Register
Step Two: Review the New Student Packet
Step Three: Look for Lesson #1 to arrive on Monday
P.S. Helpful Supplies
1. Email address. We recommend http://gmail.com.
2. Three-ring binder for each course.
3. For the Business Course: 6 pocket dividers, some clear sheet protectors, a spreadsheet program like Excel or 4-6 columnar paper, a publishing program like Microsoft Publisher or from http://openoffice.org