Courtesy of Kai Anderson
Senior Kai Anderson is enrolled in the Georgia State University Dual Enrollment Program, where he takes all of his classes this school year. He notes that his current courses are more challenging than classes at Grady, especially with virtual learning.
“For the most part, classes aren’t scheduled, but you have to get the work done by the end of the week,” Anderson said. “If what they post in their classroom doesn’t exactly make sense, you generally have to wait until they have office hours to be able to ask any questions. At Grady, it was less overwhelming because I had more instructions and I was set up better to do the work.”