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Zebulon High School to open August 2017

Pike County’s first non-traditional school is slated to open in August 2017. Zebulon High School will offer an online curriculum with small group and individual instructional support to 46 students who will be selected through an application process.  ’The goal is to provide an opportunity for students to complete high school course work in a time frame that meets their goals,’ said superintendent Dr. Michael Duncan. Whether the goal is to accelerate or remediate, all second-year students must dual enroll with a post-secondary institution, such as Gordon College or Southern Crescent Technical College. Zebulon High School will occupy a self-contained portion of the new Ninth Grade Academy. ’It is important to note that the alternative school program, students placed due to discipline issues, will be housed in a self-contained modular classroom separate from all school buildings, including pre-k, Ninth Grade Academy and Zebulon High School,’ said Dr. Duncan.

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