iQ Academy to make pitch for online learning at Beetles baseball gameiQ Academy Minnesota will host a social event at Knute Nelson Memorial Ballpark, home of the Alexandria Beetles baseball team, on Tuesday, July 13 from 6 to 8 p.m.
By: Staff Report, Alexandria Echo Press
iQ Academy Minnesota will host a social event at Knute Nelson Memorial Ballpark, home of the Alexandria Beetles baseball team, on Tuesday, July 13 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Prospective students and their families are invited to attend along with current students to learn more about online education. Current students of iQ Academy will have the opportunity to meet and interact in an in-person social environment with their classmates.
Additionally, iQ Academy staff will be on hand allowing parents and prospective students to ask questions and learn more about the virtual school. To sign up for the event, visit www.iqacademymn.org and click on the “Meet Us” tab. All current and prospective students can receive up to five free tickets for their family provided by iQ Academy.
Any student living in Minnesota can take advantage of this flexible education option, including previously homeschooled students, athletes, performers and others with busy travel or work schedules, students with special needs and students seeking Advanced Placement courses or electives unavailable in their local school district. To learn more about iQ Academy Minnesota, visit www.iqacademymn.org or call 1-877-994-4766.
ABOUT iQ ACADEMY MINNESOTA
iQ Academy is an online program of District 544 that offers an alternative to traditional classroom-based learning: an online middle and high school education for Minnesota residents, that meets the needs of students and families while setting the highest standards of academic quality. iQ Academy is the only online school with more than 30 years of distance learning experience. State-certified teachers provide small-group instruction and individualized feedback, and students benefit from frequent interaction with teachers and peers. The program serves students in grades 6-12, offering a standards-based and challenging curriculum for both college and career-bound students. Graduates earn a high school diploma from iQ Academy and District 544 that is accepted at colleges and technical schools throughout the U.S.