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21st century schools invite families to learn more about online and blended education
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21st century schools invite families to learn more about online and blended education

With the new school year right around the corner, many families may still be undecided on the best education option for their child.

To ensure the perfect fit, families can learn more about 21st century learning at free information sessions and events scheduled at Michigan’s leading virtual and blended learning schools – Michigan Connections Academy, Great Lakes Cyber Academy and Nexus Academy’s three campuses in Grand Rapids, Lansing and Royal Oak.

By attending information sessions, families and students will see first-hand the programs offered at each school. Interested families and students will meet the highly qualified Michigan-certified teachers and learn more about the award-winning curriculum.

“My daughter had trouble with the main stream [brick-and-mortar] public schools. She was skipping class and was not focusing on her studies,” said Janice Nydahl, whose child attendsGreat Lakes Cyber Academy full time. “The teachers worked with her to help her get her education back on track and to set goals. My daughter feels involved and more in control of her education and everyone at GLCA has been very responsive to our family when we have questions or concerns.”

Due to limited space, early enrollment is encouraged. For a list of information sessions and open house events taking place at each school this summer, please visit:

·         www.MichiganConnectionsAcademy.com/Events

·         www.GreatLakesCyberAcademy.com/Events

·         www.NexusAcademySchool.com/GrandRapidsEvents

·         www.NexusAcademySchool.com/LansingEvents

·         www.NexusAcademySchool.com/RoyalOakEvents

Online and blended learning schools continue to grow in Michigan. During the 2012-1213 school year, 7,850 of Michigan students were enrolled in an online or blended learning school –  a 94 percent growth from the 2011-2012 school year. To learn more about Michigan online and blended learning schools, please visit connectionseducation.com or call 800–382–6010.

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