Louisiana Virtual Charter Academy holds ribbon cutting for new blended learning center

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Louisiana Virtual Charter Academy held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new Baton Rouge Blended Learning Center at 4962 Florida Blvd. on March 8.

The academy is an accredited, full-time online public charter school with nearly 2,000 students across the state, a news release said. Its Baton Rouge center will serve students in grades six through 12 enrolled in the academy.

 Blended learning offers students in-person instruction and remediation in all core subjects with a state-certified teacher, the release said. Enrolled families can participate at any of the academy’s three facilities, located in Baton Rouge, Monroe and Lafayette, on a drop-in basis.

Perry Daniel, deputy regional vice president at K12 Inc., gave an address at the ceremony in which he talked about the academy’s commitment to blended learning. Two students who regularly attend the blended learning center also shared their experiences.

 Louisiana Virtual Charter Academy is accepting enrollment for the 2017-18 academic year for kindergarten through 10th grade. Enrollment is open to all students who live in Louisiana.

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