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When Taylor Kawazoe (Class of 2019) first enrolled at Visions In Education, she didn’t know that her education would help lead her to travel halfway around the world. “My mom wanted to be able to focus on me and my siblings’ individual needs and strengths,” says Taylor. “I had my own curriculum to fit my needs.” Taylor […]
As the world begins to recover from quarantine, the mental health effects of dealing with prolonged social isolation and fear are beginning to be felt. According to the World Health Organization, global cases of anxiety and depression have risen 25% over pre-pandemic times. While some teens may feel uncomfortable discussing mental health issues, Visions Senior […]
In a packed auditorium on November 5th, Visions In Education turned out to support Improve Your Tomorrow (IYT) at their 2022 Sneaker Ball hosted at the Safe Credit Union Convention Center. Community leaders and sponsors from across the region gathered in their finest sneakers to raise money for IYT’s programs. Visions was proud to sponsor […]
Visions is celebrating Filipino American History Month! This yearly celebration in October commemorates the first Filipinos to arrive in the continental United States at what is now Morro Bay on October 18, 1587. According to the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS), Filipino Americans are the second-largest Asian American group in the nation and the […]
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, an opportunity to broaden our understanding of bullying and take action toward making school a safe space for kids and teens. Bullying can occur in multiple ways. It can be verbal, physical, through social exclusion, or via digital sources like email, texts, or social media. Being bullied can severely […]
“I was in home school, but I wasn’t learning.” Hannah Heath needed an education option that fit her personalized needs and provided her with the tools she needed to succeed. A lifelong lover of arts such as drawing and sculpting with ambitions of one day going into veterinary medicine, she found that the schools she attended in the past […]