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The Virtual High School Appoints Angela Castellucci As Marketing Manager

The Virtual High School (http://www.theVirtualHighSchool.org) today announced that Angela Castellucci has joined the organization as Marketing Manager.
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Boston — July 27, 2015 —The Virtual High School (http://www.theVirtualHighSchool.org) today announced that Angela Castellucci has joined the organization as Marketing Manager.

“Angela brings a strong background in marketing, advertising and non-profits. She is a tremendous asset to our organization and her expertise will be crucial as we continue to grow and build our brand,” said Carol Ribeiro, President & CEO of The Virtual High School (The VHS).

The VHS mission is to provide students with access to high-quality online and blended learning experiences, while supporting educators with the professional development and services needed to provide effective 21st century education for every student. The VHS partner schools have access to a wide range of core, elective, credit recovery and AP® courses that inspire, ignite, and deepen learning. For students, The VHS helps develop independent learning skills, explore college majors and careers, earn credit, and participate in global classrooms.

Castellucci joins The VHS from Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Boston where she served as Special Projects Manager in the Refugee and Immigration Services Program. Prior to that, Castellucci was an Account Executive at Hill Holiday where she oversaw the Corporate Social Responsibility local marketing campaign for the agency’s Bank of America client. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Castellucci is also a certified ESOL tutor at East Boston Neighborhood of Affordable Housing.

���The VHS has established itself as one of the leading online learning programs in the nation -- it maintains an outstanding reputation; the company’s employees share a passion for education and are dedicated in supporting schools and educators in exceeding their learning initiatives. It’s what sets The VHS apart from other education companies. I’m thrilled to be a part of the team,” said Castellucci.

About The Virtual High School

The Virtual High School (VHS, Inc.) is an online learning pioneer. Since 1996, the nonprofit organization has set the standard for quality online education. The VHS provides courses taught in global online classrooms for secondary school students and online professional development for educators. The organization also meets the unique educational needs of schools through custom course development, individualized course offerings, and support for blended learning initiatives. The VHS design and delivery standards are the model used by the National Education Association in their recommended standards for online learning. The organization has won numerous awards, including the Stockholm Challenge Award for Global Excellence in Information Technology and is a three-time winner of the United States Distance Learning Association’s (USDLA) award for Excellence in Programming and Excellence in Best Practices. For more information, visit www.TheVirtualHighSchool.org or call (978) 897-1900.

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