Open house Thursday for new school for homeschooled and on-line students

The Traditional Learning Academy in Cloverdale is having an open house on Sept. 3.

The Traditional Learning Academy is having an open house on Sept. 3.

The open house is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be carnival games, along with a 3-D printer. The staff of the new location – 5741 176 Street, next to Hawthorne Square – will be available as well.

According to vice-principal Brian Young the open house is a way to give the community a “taste of what our school is about.”

Young is also the head of the blended learning program.

The distributed learning school is meant for home-schooled and online students for a blended learning program. The program offers part face-to-face classes and part online classes.

From Monday to Friday, students of the academy spend a few hours or days at the school working with the teachers in their classes. The teachers are B.C. certified and they instruct the core academic subjects. There is an average o.f 16 to 20 students in the classes.

– Cloverdale Reporter

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