Batesville, IN— More than 750 students recently graduated from Indiana Connections Academy as part of the Class of 2020 – including McKenzie Collins from Batesville, Ind.
The majority of graduates, 66 percent, plan to attend two- or four-year colleges or universities. Additional graduates have plans to attend vocational training programs (10 percent), join the military (two percent) or enter the workforce directly upon graduation (18 percent).
During the commencement, family members, friends, teachers and administrators were still able to gather in the digital setting to commemorate the milestone and celebrate the many achievements of the Class of 2020. With the school’s full-time virtual curriculum, seniors at Indiana Connections Academy were able to maintain their education consistently and without interruption during the public health crisis.
With the ability to work anywhere there is an Internet connection, students hail from small and large cities in Indiana – including Evansville, Fort Wayne, Franklin, Indianapolis, Martinsville, Shelbyville, South Bend, and more. In total, during the last ten years, more than 3,000 students have now received a diploma from Indiana Connections Academy.
Enrollment for Indiana Connection Academy’s 2020 – 2021 school year is now open. With an enrollment cap of 5,000 students, school leaders recommend enrolling immediately, especially for families new to Indiana Connections Academy. Details about upcoming information sessions and other events including dates and locations are available online or by calling 800-382-6010. For more information about Indiana Connections Academy, visit IndianaConnectionsAcademy.com.