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Engage Online expands to multiple districts

Engage Online Academy, an online middle and high school operated by Greeley-Evans School District 6, has received approval from the Colorado Department of Education and the Colorado Board of Education to operate as a multi-district school.

This means that beginning this fall, Engage can enroll Colorado students from outside the boundaries of Greeley-Evans School District 6.

Deagan Andrews, director of eLearning Services for District 6, said the online academy has already garnered interest from surrounding communities, as well as from students and school districts on the Eastern Plains looking to offer this option to students.

Students can enroll full-time for online classes, or just take one course. Andrews said Engage Online Academy also offers Advanced Placement classes, and gives students a chance to meet personally with teachers.

Engage will soon be moving to Cameron School, 1424 13th Ave., Greeley, where support services for both middle and high school students will be centralized and expanded.

To enroll in Engage Online Academy, visit www.engageonlineacademy.org or call (970) 348-6262.

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