Entries by Linda Williams

Curriculum Ordering at Visions has never been easier!

Visions In Education is committed to improving the experience of our families and students. We are excited to announce new enhancements to our curriculum ordering system. Over the past year, we have worked to develop partnerships to provide systems that will ensure our students receive all materials and services faster than any other school in […]

Video Contest Finalists Selected: You Pick The Winner!

Visions In Education hosted a video contest inviting students to tell us why they love Visions and the students brought a great amount of talent, creativity and effort to this year’s contest. Every submission was a great proof of why our students are truly amazing. A panel of judges deliberated on the videos and with […]

Visions Student Interviewed by StoryCorps

The Visions In Education Find Your Voice Writing program continues to produce valuable experiences for our students beyond the classroom. Ryan Hall, a student from the Beginning and Advanced Find Your Voice classes was recently interviewed on StoryCorps about her experience becoming a published author. StoryCorps is an organization which strives to provide people across America […]

Visions In Education Students Compete on America’s Got Talent

By Divya Joseph Some of the most unique learning experiences come away from a classroom and textbooks. Deja Williams and Kamryn Chadwick, two Visions In Education 11th graders, learned a very  unique lesson of perseverance, teamwork, self-identity  away from the classroom as they competed as a team in the television show America’s Got Talent. Williams […]

Finding Your Voice book release party attracts hundreds

On June 2, hundreds of people gathered to hear Visions In Education students read from their recently published books. The books stem from the Finding Your Voice class that Visions offers every semester. The class allows students the opportunity to write in a safe and collaborative environment and discover their potential as a writers. The […]

One-on-One with Hannah Till

Hannah Till isn’t the kind of girl who sits back and hopes opportunities come knocking on her door. The 17-year-old Visions In Education Home School Academy student works hard, is dedicated and only stops at perfection. Till is first in her class, gets straight A’s, is an excellent harp player, plays soccer and even knows […]

One-on-One with an Olympic Gold Medalist

American snowboarder and proud Visions alum Jamie Anderson made international headlines this year for being the best in the world at what she does, freestyle snowboarding. The 23-year-old Lake Tahoe native credits her flexible schedule as a Visions student for allowing her the opportunity to constantly be on the mountain growing up. Jamie recently won […]

Students Find Their Voice

As 17-year-old Jarreau Hudson sat in class he put his head down and had no interest in talking with other students, certainly no interest in reading what he just wrote down as part of a prompt exercise to the rest of his class. This was the old Jarreau, two semesters ago. A year later, the […]