Enrollment for the 2014-15 school year is officially open at Nexus Academy of Indianapolis, the open enrollment “blended” public high school that combines online and in-person learning in a unique campus setting.
As a public school, there is no tuition to attend Nexus Academy.
To meet Indianapolis families’ growing demand for information about its blended school, Nexus Academy is hosting a series of free information and enrollment events this spring. The information sessions offer parents and students the chance to meet with teachers and parents of current students, while learning more about the school.
“Shadow Days” offer prospective students the opportunity to attend classes with a currently enrolled student and experience the school first-hand.
Additional real-time, virtual sessions are also planned for families unable to attend in-person sessions.
Online registration is encouraged. A complete schedule with dates and locations is available online at www.NexusAcademySchool.com/IndianapolisEvents or by calling 888-533-6360.
Nexus Academy is a tuition-free, open enrollment, college preparatory public high school for 21st century learners. Intentionally small sized, the school offers a comprehensive high school experience in a highly personalized, innovative, and flexible school setting. Students attend the school’s uniquely designed physical campus, where certified teachers specially trained in blended learning interact with students both online and on-site.
Campus-based “success coaches” help guide students through the curriculum, and guidance counselors help them navigate college and career decisions.
In addition to core academics, the school offers a variety of courses for students including foreign languages (Chinese, Japanese, Latin, sign language and more), Julliard eLearning music courses, and career technical education such as introductory courses in law, early childhood education, finance, and more.
Students attend classes on a morning or afternoon session, ensuring an optimal student-to-staff ratio while allowing time in the school day for internships, college dual enrollment, and pursuit of personal passions such as sports or performing arts.