GA Connections Academy to hold info sessions

Georgia Connections Academy, a statewide provider of high-quality, highly accountable virtual K-12 schooling, has opened enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year and will be conducting in person information sessions with parents and students across the state, beginning March 10.

“We are enrolling 1000 additional students across all grade levels for the coming academic year,” said Lead Principal Heather J. Robinson. “We have a waiting list as we open enrollment, so we encourage parents to get their applications in now.”

Enrollment topped 3,000 students at Georgia Connections Academy for the 2013- 2014 year and is expected to expand by another 1000 K-12 students for the coming academic year. Parents can enroll their child online at:

https://www.connectionsacademy.com/georgia-virtual-school/enrollment/home.aspx

Georgia Connections Academy will host free parent information sessions to answer parent and student requests for information about the virtual school program, starting Monday, March 10 at the Hampton Inn Atlanta-Perimeter Center, 769 Hammond Dr. NE, in Atlanta. The session will he held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The information sessions review the school’s curriculum, programs and provide opportunities to ask questions of teachers and currently enrolled families.

Georgia Connections Academy delivers top-quality, personalized K-12 education that combines certified teachers, a proven curriculum, technology tools, and community experiences to create a supportive and successful environment for children who benefit from an individualized approach to education.

Georgia Connections Academy parents praise the online school’s educational program, its exceptional certified teachers, and high quality curriculum.

“The flexibility the program offers along with the high quality education is truly priceless,” said parent Jody Curson.



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