Online Parent Support from CHS

CHS understands your child's academic success is a top priority to you and your overall experience with CHS is extremely important to us.  Your expectations of CHS should be nothing less than an A+ standard. At Citizens' High School, we believe parent involvement and student achievement should go hand in hand. That's why we make it easy and convenient for you to be actively involved. Our online distance learning courses are designed, so you can connect with a state-certified teacher or academic advisors when needed.

For students under the age of 18, we encourage parents or guardians to engage in their children’s education as a learning coach. In fact, we believe parent involvement is important to ensure a younger student's success. With access to our Parent app, an adult learning coach can retrieve a student's course assignments and grades, as well as communicate with a certified teacher via the parent messaging system. If an underage student is struggling with coursework, you can communicate directly with an academic advisor to collectively establish a plan designed to ensure student success.

Parents are encouraged to contact CHS staff with any questions or concerns at 800-736-4723. You can also contact us via email at:

Parent Support

What Academic Leaders Say About Parent Support

  • Parent involvement in education is crucial. No matter their income or background, students with involved parents are more likely to achieve higher grades and test scores, attend school regularly, have better social skills, show improved behavior, and adapt well to school. National Coalition for Parent Involvement in education. 2006. Research Review and Resources. Retrieved September 16, 2011
  • The most accurate predictors of student achievement in school are not family income or social status but instead, the extent to which the family creates a home environment that encourages learning, communicates reasonable expectations for the child’s achievement, and is involved in the child’s education at school.  National PTA. 2000. Building Successful Partnerships: A Guide for Developing Parent and Family Involvement Programs. Bloomington, Indiana: National Education Service, 11–12.
  • When parents are involved at school, the performance of all the children at school, not just their own, tends to improve. The more comprehensive and well-planned the partnership is between school and home, the higher the student achievement.  Henderson, A.T., and Nancy Berla. 1995. A New Generation of Evidence: The Family Is Critical to Student Achievement. Washington, DC: Center for Law and Education, 14–16.
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