Local student graduates from career academy


INDIANAPOLIS — Alidia Mollet of Pendleton is among the more than 125 students who recently graduated from Indiana Connections Career Academy, a tuition-free full-time public virtual school.

The academy aims to provide students with continuous support from trained teachers and a curriculum that focuses on h academics and helping to build fundamental life skills.

In its fifth year of operation, the academy students utilize the same long-standing online curriculum and technology as companion school Indiana Connections Academy.

The difference between the virtual education schools is that Indiana Connections Career Academy students pursue graduation requirements to earn a high school diploma while also completing a career-focused program that prepares them for joining the workforce in one of Indiana’s high-growth fields.

A career-focused education is meant to enable high school students to explore interests, develop skills to succeed in the workforce, gain college credits and acquire internships that may lead to future employment.

Enrollment for Indiana Connections Career Academy’s 2022-23 school year is open for students in grades 6-12.

More details, including about upcoming information sessions and other events, are available at IndianaConnectionsCareerAcademy.com or by calling 800-382-6010.

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