9th through 12th grade Troup County students. This also includes students from private school or students that are home-schooled.
THINC opened for classes in August 2015.
Hands-on, workplace curriculum along with traditional, classroom coursework, including Advanced Placement (AP) and Dual Enrollment.
Through Troup County School System and generous corporate sponsorships.
In a word, flexibility. Class sizes, curriculum, instructors and technical offerings like those in workplace are better replicated in a charter school environment.
Yes. Yes. Yes. This academy has several staff positions, in addition to a CEO who oversees the operations of the academy.
Any student has the opportunity to ride the provided transportation or use their own means of transportation.
Each student will have lunch at their base high school.
Dual Enrollment courses provide opportunities for Troup County high school students to take college-level courses directly from college instructors, earn college credit and receive high school credit at the same time.
Dual Enrollment programs ease the transition from high school to college, provide a way to earn college credit while students learn, and offers meaningful and challenging academic experiences to qualified students.
Primarily available for any eligible 11th or 12th grade, high school students may enroll full-time or part-time in approved credit-bearing college-level courses by the State Board of Education. Courses may be taken before, during or after regular school hours, on college campus, online or at high school.
Most Dual Enrollment classes are HOPE eligible, or have other funding. In some cases, the students may have to pay some of the tuition and fees.
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