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DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE AN IEP?

Start NOW to qualify for the Fall! 

FREE TUITION... Your child may be eligible for a scholarship through the Florida Board of Education.

Come in and fill out an application TODAY!

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STEP UP FOR STUDENTS MUST RECEIVE ALL 2018-2019 COMMITMENT FORMS BY MAY 1, 2019

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Study: School choice scholarship students more likely to earn bachelor's degrees 

The lower-income, mostly minority students using the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship to attend private schools are up to 43 percent more likely to enroll in four-year colleges than like students in public schools, and up to 20 percent more likely to earn bachelor's degrees, according to a new study released Monday by the Urban Institute.
https://www.redefinedonline.org/2019/02/choice-study-students-more-likely-earn-bachelors/
 
Currently our High-School English students are reading Esther Forbes Johnny Tremain, a story of a young man living in 1770'S Boston during the American Revolution.
Our History and Social Studies students are working on research projects on a topic of their choice.  Students will be asked to present their topic to their fellow classmates.
Our Theatre students are investigating monologues of their choosing to be performed in front of their class. Students are asked to make "action verb" choices in relation to the dialogue, so as to create a realistic performance and believable characters.
Game club is a table-top role-playing game where team-work and creative thinking are encouraged. In addition to having fun, students become in engaged in new mathematical, vocabulary as well as historical research.
In Communications, the students are learning about Psychology, the development of the brain and how we relate to ourselves and others.  The class is primarly interactive where students are encouraged to share their experiences without bias.
 
 
Congratulations to all of the Academic High School students on their presentation of their homemade film on Thursday, January 31, 2019 about Anti-bullying.  We would also like to thank all the families, friends, and others who came out to show their support to our High School students and to the topic of Bullying Prevention. Click the link below to veiw their video.
Milo vs. the World (A Story About Bullying) 

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