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Arkansas Virtual Academy Graduate Receives Scholarship To Play The Bass

Kathryn Gilker, KFSM BENTONVILLE (KFSM) — A Bentonville teen traded his traditional high school for an online school. This allowed him to spend more time playing an instrument that landed him a college scholarship. McKay Clark has been playing the upright bass since he was in the sixth grade. He chose to do his senior […]

Students meet, dance at prom for online high schools

06/06/2017 Colleen Sparks, SanTan Sun High school proms can be exciting events, full of anticipation, as teens get glammed up and plan elegant evenings with dates and friends months ahead of time. But imagine going to the big dance when you have never met any of your peers face-to-face. That was the case for many […]


K-12 Online Learning Allows 6th Grader More Time To Pursue Dance

Tatyana White-Jenkins, My Everett News  Elle Bullock, a sixth grader at Washington Virtual Academy (WAVA), can pursue her passion for dance, spend time with her family, and receive a quality education thanks to online schooling. Elle began dancing at just 18 months old and began her competitive dancing career at the age of 5. She has […]

Sibling skaters share championship rivalry

06/02/2017 Bobby Lewis, WTSP As fast as Ayden Glover is on four wheels he can never seem to catch his biggest competition. “So close,” the 13-year old inline racer said while seated on the pavement of a local trail near his Spring Hill home. “It makes me mad because I almost have her.” Close by, […]


Teen’s Ballet Career Soaring

06/01/2017 Janee Law, Long Islander News  Lloyd Harbor resident Juliana Missano was 6 years old when her passion for ballet dancing was ignited, attending Huntington Ballet Theater, now the Long Island Ballet Theatre. “I took my first ballet class and I really enjoyed it, and I loved my teacher,” Missano said. “I did really well in […]

WIVA Table Tennis Star Overcomes Illness

WIVA student Ethan Keller is one of the top table tennis players in the country. He overcame a thyroid illness two years ago and is back playing the sport he loves!  


Georgia Cyber Academy Offers Unique Learning Experience

Brittini Ray, Savannah Morning News By 11 a.m. Monday through Friday, Owen, Payton, Melinda Kaye and Nathan Mercer of Port Wentworth have already completed a variety of school subjects — all without ever having to leave their family property. The four children are all students at the Georgia Cyber Academy, a K12 Inc. powered online […]