Volunteer work and education are easier to prioritize with James Madison High School online
Lovelee Henderson has been learning online since middle school. Wishing to continue her High School education online, she enrolled in James Madison High School. Lovelee was thankful for the support and flexibility provided by James Madison High School to help her earn her high school diploma during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lovelee was able to finish high school in three years and graduated at the age of 16. Her studies have helped her build fundamental life skills, such as budgeting and building credit. She is currently employed by a hair salon and since earning her diploma, she receives a larger commission for each sale. Lovelee intends to use the additional income to pursue her nursing degree at the Community College of Baltimore County.
In addition to continuing her education, Lovelee intends to travel the world using the knowledge about different cultures she obtained from her studies. Lovelee also serves as a volunteer in Baltimore. By graduating early with her diploma from James Madison High School allowed her to devote more time to bettering her community.
"What really drew me to James Madison High School was just how personal it was. Completing high school was not easy, but I had a lot of teachers who were able to help me through it. I didn't have to worry about doing it all on my own."