Wednesday, June 22, 2016

You Can't Make this Stuff Up: Online School Students Gather Virtually for K12 International Academy Graduation Ceremony

Online School Students Gather Virtually for K12 International Academy Graduation Ceremony:

Online School Students Gather Virtually for K12 International Academy Graduation Ceremony

Students living in 32 states and 27 countries who have earned their high school diplomas through the full-time, online school K12 International Academy, will gather online June 24th during a unique graduation ceremony to celebrate their academic achievements and bid farewell to their favorite teachers.
K12 International Academy is an accredited online private school for full- and part-time students in grades K-12. As an online school available to any student with an internet connection, K12 International Academy has a unique student population that represents every state in the U.S. and over ninety countries around the globe. Highly dedicated, certified teachers deliver a quality instruction using online lessons along with text books and lab materials that are shipped to the students. Most students take a college preparatory curriculum over a four year period, and each full-time student also has the support of an Academic Coach and College Counselor to ensure personal and academic success. Students graduate with a U.S. diploma recognized by colleges and universities.
"We are committed to bringing individualized learning to all kinds of minds," said Miriam Rube, Head of School for K12 International Academy. "We help students learn in the ways that are right for them, nurturing a joy for learning and a passion to pursue their interests. And the results are nothing short of amazing."
The virtual graduation ceremony will start with the Pledge of Allegiance, read by Heather Smith of Houston, TX, a member of the Class of 2016 and a recipient of both the Girl Scout Gold Award and the US Congressional Award Gold Medal. Graduating seniorAnnika Horne will provide a rendition of the National Anthem.  Annika is an award-winning singer and actress who has raised over $200,000 to benefit the UT Southwestern Children's Medical Center through a series of benefit concerts.
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