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CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT’S NEVADA LEARNING ACADEMY @ CCSD KICKS OF INAUGURAL YEAR WITH MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Aug. 22, 2014

 

Contact: Amanda Llewellyn

The Ferraro Group

702-367-7771

 

CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT’S NEVADA LEARNING ACADEMY @ CCSD KICKS OF INAUGURAL YEAR WITH MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM

(Las Vegas) —Online learning through the Clark County School District is no longer just for high school students.

 The inaugural year of Nevada Learning Academy @ CCSD’s middle school program will commence on the first day of school next week, Aug. 25. A full curriculum of middle school and high school level courses will be available, along with already existing high school level courses. With a growing demand for online education, the middle school is geared up to provide the necessary CCSD courses for a wide range of students, including those who are professional performers, travel for sports, face, have health issues, or simply need a more flexible schedule.

“We have wonderful programs that give high school and middle school students a variety of options at CCSD,” said Jesse Welsh, academic manager of CCSD’s Innovative Learning Environments. “This will be our inaugural year for the middle school program, and there are some great things in store. Whether they just like the flexibility of online classes, or may be unable to attend more traditional classes,  they can turn to online learning to meet their educational goals.”

                                                              ABOUT NEVADA LEARNING ACADEMY @ CCSD

The Nevada Learning Academy @ CCSD is Nevada’s premiere online academy, serving students in grades 6 through 12. Courses are offered on a full- and part-time basis and are designed to meet the needs of students seeking opportunities for honors and advanced placement courses, those seeking the flexibility of schedule offered by online classes, better one-on-one student-teacher feedback, or those facing challenges that make attending a traditional brick-and-mortar school difficult.  Students can participate in multiple course pathways including teacher led, independent study, and credit by exam courses.  For courses with open enrollment, students can begin coursework any time in the school year.

Clark County School District’s Virtual High School and the Academy for Individualized Study High School are now part of NVLA@CCSD. More information on the programs can be accessed at nvlearningacademy.net or by calling (702) 855-8435.

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