The Academy of Information Technology & Engineering (AITE) is an interdistrict, college-preparatory high school. AITE combines traditional high school courses, cutting edge technology training, industry certification, college credit, and paid corporate internships. AITE accepts students from Stamford and neighboring communities through an application and lottery system. All classes take place in the state of the art AITE school building on Stamford’s High Ridge Road.
Leominster schools, North Middlesex noted for access to courses
Leominster High School Principal Tom Browne smiled like a proud father Thursday.
Headmaster George Whittemore and Paula Bolger, head of the guidance department, joined him as they announced the school district has made the College Board's 2013 AP District Honor Roll for expanding access to Advanced Placement courses for students.
North Middlesex Regional School District also made the list.
The Holly Area schools are located in rural Michigan where the district spans hundreds of miles and students face hour-long commutes. The neighboring district’s schools are often much closer than the Holly Area schools students travel to attend. Michigan, like many states is moving in the direction of consumer choice. While not all schools will freely accept students outside their district, many will, which means the competition for students can be fierce.
Jeff Elliott, President and CEO of The Virtual High School sits down with Fox 25 News - Boston to discuss online learning in Massachusetts and across the world. Click the link below to watch the interview.
Forty private and public schools in three countries and 15 U.S. states have implemented VHS online learning programs to prepare students for education and work in the 21st century.
October 7, 2013, Maynard, MA – The Virtual High School (www.thevirtualhighschool.org), nonprofit pioneer of K-12 online learning, today announced the addition of 40 new member schools across the globe including in China, the United Arab Emirates and in 15 U.S. states.
The Maine DOE has granted the Virtual High School (VHS) Collaborative approved online learning provider status. The Department has found VHS courses to meet the State’s standards, enabling middle and high schools statewide to partner with VHS.
Jeffrey A. Elliott to Help Shape the Future of Online Education in the Bay State
The Virtual High School (VHS) Collaborative (http://www.thevhscollaborative.org), the nonprofit pioneer of K-12 online learning, today announced that their President & CEO, Jeffrey A. Elliott, has been selected to serve on the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education’s Digital Learning Advisory Council.