TRECA Digital Academy, a full-time, online school for K-12 students, has opened an office at 1793 Tiffin Avenue in the Market Square Shopping Center. TRECA enrolls over 2,000 students from across the state, and 41 of those students are from Hancock County.
Because TRECA is a public school, its services are free to students and families. The digital school prides itself on putting “students first” with flexible and personalized instruction. The school also offers TRECA Flex, a program that allows any student in grades 9 through 12 to take online courses for college credit while remaining enrolled in their current school district.
“Our flexibility (hours), extra support (a team that addresses social-emotional concerns and family needs) and our resources (free digital textbooks, laptops and more) offer immense value to students,” said Jackie Lea, TRECA marketing and project management coordinator. “There’s also value in being able to learn in the safety and comfort of your home. This leads to things like more parental engagement, easier control of pace and the ability to distance many students from hurdles such as bullies.”
1793 Tiffin Avenue
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