BANGOR – Maine’s first charter school is signing up students for the coming year. Enrollment for the Maine connections academy has grown significantly and it hopes to recruit many more students.
It is a tuition free virtual charter school serving students all over the state. It could be perfect for students who have struggled in traditional school settings and since it’s all done on computer they can do their school work at any time.
“Students get lessons every day, but because they’re home doing them at their computer they’re free to choose what hours they want to devote to school work.” said Roger Young a science teacher with Maine Connections Academy.
The virtual academy students work closely with teachers who use detailed lesson plans that can be personalized to meet individual student needs.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2016-17 school year.
You can learn more and take part in a virtual learning session by visiting HERE.