It’s February 15, and women’s rights advocate Susan B. Anthony was born on this date in 1820. She is perhaps best known for her efforts to grant women the right to vote, and in 1979 she became the first woman featured on American money. Her birthday is a great time to remind you that we treat all students the same regardless of their gender. We welcome any student who wishes to take accredited middle school courses or accredited high school courses, and we treat each student with respect and dignity. We do not believe in gender stereotypes either, so we welcome girls to take courses that traditionally may interest boys and boys to take courses that traditionally may interest girls. It’s a way we make distance education as personal as possible and allow students and families to choose courses and paths that are best for their specific situations. Join them by enrolling and making us your distance education middle school or distance education high school. You’ll be glad you did.