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WCHS unveils new career training paths
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The academy model is expected to increase graduation rate, attendance rate, develop positive relations between students and teachers.
Warren County is joining the high school innovation movement known as career academics by adopting the academy model beginning with the freshman class in the 2017-18 school year.“I am extremely excited to share in the unveiling of The Academies of Warren County,” said Director of Schools Bobby Cox. “Principal Jimmy Walker and his staff have worked extremely hard to research, plan, and develop a program that will improve the entire academic program at Warren County High School.”The academy model is expected to increase graduation rate, attendance rate, develop positive relations between students and teachers, decrease discipline referrals, and improve the overall academic program at the high school. It will also expose students to the world of work in their chosen academy to allow them to explore a field of study prior to leaving high school and entering college or the workforce.