Edgenuity today announced the winners of its fourth annual video contest, highlighting stories of online and blended learning success from partner schools across the country. Grand prize winner James Earl Rudder High School (JERHS) in Texas was awarded a $5,000 technology grant, with runner-ups Christa McAuliffe Middle School in Florida and San Diego School for Creative and Performing Arts in California receiving Edgenuity software licenses to extend online and blended learning solution capabilities to additional students.
Additional contest winner highlights include:
- Christa McAuliffe Middle School, which shows how students in the blended virtual lab become proficient and efficient learners with the support of certified teachers.
- San Diego School for Creative and Performing Arts, which showcases how students can use Edgenuity to get a jump start on their graduation requirements in order to pursue their passions.
To see the full videos, click here.