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What are some schools that allow student access to online portals?

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A few examples of schools that make their online portals accessible to students are James Madison High School in Norcross, Georgia, The Hill School in Middleburg, Virginia and Gwinnett County Public Schools in Suwanee, Georgia. Each portal provides access to education-related material for students attending each associated school.

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James Madison High School provides an online high school education that possess both national and regional accreditation, self-paced courses, state-certified teachers to provide aid to students and plenty of online study materials, as of 2015. The high school is connected to Ashworth College in Norcross, Georgia. The school grants each student that it accepts into the program a user name and password to access the online educational material.

The Hill School in Middleburg, Virginia, provides on-campus students with access to weekly homework assignments. The school also uses a learning management system known as Haiku. This system enables students of the school to use educational materials, practice quizzes and discussion forums.

Gwinnett County Public Schools in Suwanee, Georgia has a student portal called "My eClass Student Portal." The Gwinnett County Public Schools community is a collection of several individual centers of learning close to Atlanta, and it is the largest school system within the state of Georgia.

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