Escambia School Choice Expo Tonight

November 8, 2018

The Escambia County School District’ School Choice Expo is tonight.

Parents and students will have the chance to learn about the numerous academies offered in middle and high schools throughout the county. They can meet representatives of the academies, and School Choice staff members will be on hand to answer questions about the application process. Computers will be available onsite for anyone that wishes to complete an application.

The Escambia County School District will offer 68 academies next year. Currently, two-thirds of middle and high school students are enrolled in an academy.

The School Choice Expo will be from 6-7:30 p.m. in th Washington High School gym and cafeteria.

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One Response to “Escambia School Choice Expo Tonight”

  1. will on November 8th, 2018 2:51 pm

    this is a great opportunity for parents who are truly interested in what their kids might be offered in school to get informed. The showcase highlights the awesome academies our district offers and gives parents and students the chance to learn about the various schools and programs and how to get in to an academy even if it’s not in your bussing area. Any parent who wants to be a part of their kids education needs to check this out.





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