High school and homework help

Welcome to the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge! This month my theme is Library Love, focusing on my love of libraries generally, as well as for the Sacramento Public Library (my local library) more specifically. I hope you find these posts informative as well as fun, and that they encourage you to visit your local library to see what’s new.

The library is a place that high school students might go to do research for a paper, play games with friends, or even volunteer for community service hours for graduation… but did you know that if you didn’t graduate from high school, you can also get your degree through the library?

At Sacramento Public Library, there are actually two options for folks who want to finish high school. The first is a tutoring course, which enables adults to pass their GED or HiSET exams that offer high school equivalency for those who did not complete high school courses. The second option is enrolling in Career Online High School, where participants age 19+ will actually finish their high school careers fully online.

Both are awesome options for folks who, for whatever reason, didn’t get their high school diplomas and want to keep on moving onward and upward in life. If you didn’t have the support you needed in your teens, the library has your back, with dedicated tutors and teachers to help you succeed. And best of all, like all of the library’s programs: it’s totally free!

Fast Facts

Sacramento Public Library also offers lots of homework help for kids currently in school. Whether you’re a new parent looking for early learning options, have kids who need more involved assistance with specific homework questions, or just want to make sure you’re on the right track with a school project, the library offers lots of homework help options! Jump online to chat with a teen tutor or get feedback on an essay you’re working on in the Virtual Homework Zone, or by using online tutors available through HelpNow.

Thanks for stopping by, and I look forward to sharing more library trivia, tips and tricks for getting the most out of your local library — using all their awesome and often unpublicized free resources — throughout the month of April. See you next tomorrow for a fresh new post!