Openings still available at Creative Technologies Academy

Creative Technologies Academy, a tuition free public school academy in Cedar Springs, still has some openings in a few classes for the 2013-2014 school year according to Dean of Students, David Oldebekking. “Space is filling fast but we still have room in our middle school, high school, and FlexTrac programs.” Creative Technologies Academy is a free public school which emphasizes small class sizes and a personal educational experience. “We have been around for 15 years and almost every day I still hear people say, ‘We didn’t know that there was this option for our students education, ‘” explained Mr. Oldebekking. “ We are located on the north side of Cedar Springs on Pine Street, across the street from the water tower, and we have so much to offer families. We have a highly qualified and experienced staff, an innovative learning environment, and many opportunities for blended and online learning.”

One of those opportunities is in the FlexTrac program. “Our FlexTrac program is in its third year and it has been a great success so far. It is a completely online program. The students are on campus from 3:00 pm-6:50 pm every day, and then do two hours of at home work daily,” said Mr. Oldebekking. “The program is built for students who maybe have a job that they need to attend to, have the ability to accelerate their high school learning, have a need for credit recovery, or just feel more comfortable working outside of the traditional classroom.”

Space is filling fast for both the traditional day school and the Flex Trac Program, so please contact David Oldebekking at 616-696-4905 to set up your personal meeting and school tour.

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