South Euclid Lyndhurst School District News Article

Brush High School’s Arc Tech Academy Moving to Southlyn for 2013/14 School Year

Arc Tech Academy, the educationally inventive program offered at Brush High School, will move from its current location in front of Brush High School on Mayfield Road to a new location at Southlyn School in South Euclid. The move comes as the result of a desire to strive beyond the current educational focus and to incorporate a more blended learning model, which the Southlyn facility can more appropriately provide. The transfer from the current location to the new one has taken place over the summer of 2013.

A groundbreaking program, originally established by the SEL Schools more than a decade ago, Arc Tech has been primarily designed for credit recovery purposes for students who are credit deficient, over-age for a grade level or who have been retained for a grade more than one time. The positive and focused nature of Arc Tech has permitted students to pass all sections of the Ohio Graduation Test and earn the necessary credits to graduate from Brush High School. The current delivery of course work for students is through online instruction overseen by certified teachers.

The new location at Southlyn School will allow us to develop a blended model of instruction where students will have the opportunity to experience instructional time with teachers and online mediums. Southlyn has been retrofitted to accommodate the transfer, including the cleaning of classrooms, ensuring safety and security and other measures.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools at 216-691-2000.

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