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Innovations Student Earns The Prudential Spirit of Community AwardJohn Wesley Orton was named one of the top two youth volunteers of 2015 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Read more about this nationwide program honoring outstanding acts of volunteerism at spirit.prudential.com
We Are AccreditedInnovations Early College High School is accredited by AdvancED, and we comply with all AdvancED standards for quality.
The 2012 "Advocates for Innovation in Education Award" were honored at Parents for Choice in Education's Third Annual Education Symposium. In front of a diverse audience of over 200 attendees including legislators, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and various education stakeholders, awards were given to four recipients in the categories of Legislator, School, Association and Company. Read more...
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A new non-traditional high school is opening up in Salt Lake City this month and some say its format might be the future of education.
The goal of Innovations Early College High School is to help students take advantage of their "peak learning time" through self-directed and self-pace learning.Aaron Vaughn / fox13now.com
A new high school that takes a non-traditional approach to learning is opening in Salt Lake City at the end of the month.
"In SLC School District, we pride ourselves on looking at student data to tell us who's learning and who isn't," said the Principal of Innovations Early College High School, Kenneth Grover.Kylie Conway / abc4.com
The high school of the future might look something like this.
The school day has no beginning and no end. Classes go year-round. Students can learn in a variety of ways, including in traditional classrooms, through digital textbooks, at a community college and/or at a career and technical education center.Lisa Schencker / sltrib.com