Frenship’s Reese Education Center Graduates 26 Students
The non-traditional education campus houses an accelerated credit program and a discipline alternative education program that provide a flexible learning environment for students.
Before the holiday break, 26 Frenship students graduated with their high school diplomas from the Reese Education Center Dec. 15.
The center is a non-traditional campus that houses an accelerated credit program and a discipline alternative educational program that offer a computer-based, flexible learning environment, as well as a rigorous academic curriculum, a state assessment preparatory program and a self-discipline program designed for “at-risk” students or those who prefer to learn in a self-paced environment.
The students who graduated during the center’s fall commencement include:
Congratulations to all of the fall 2016 graduates!