Louisiana released school performance scores this morning to the public and yes, we are excited! Here is a summary. GEO Prep, which started in 2015
GEO Next Generation High School is one of seven free public charter schools for GEO Foundation. We follow the model of GEO’s College Immersion Program whose unique focus is getting scholars to and through college or career certifications. Next Generation High School scholars can begin taking college courses as early as their freshman year with committed scholars being able to obtain an Associate Degree before graduating from our high school. This is at no charge to them or their families with credits being fully transferable to a four-year university in Indiana or other participating universities across the country. Partnering with Ivy Tech Community College, Marian University and IUPUI makes this possible. Our model capitalizes on the power of a solid academic experience and a college and career pathway that is tailor-made to the individual student while providing scholars access to the traditional nature of school enrichment programs such as basketball, volleyball, track, cross country, and more.
Students can earn 60 college credits and more while in high school
College tuition, books and transportation are free of charge
Students will gain real college classroom experience and self confidence
All college credits earned will support a degree and/or career certification
Staff will provide support to ensure student success
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Our Schools offer a rigorous college preparatory program that includes music, art, technology, educational field trips, guest speakers, and much more! GEO’s academic program helps children who are below grade level, “catch up” and helps students on or above grade levels, “move up”.
Enrolling 9th - 12th Grades
- Small Classes
- Transportation Provided
- Extracurricular Programs & Clubs
- Opportunity to earn an associate’s degree or career certification
GEO Next Generation High School is unique in that our entire focus is getting students to and through college and/or career certifications. Traditional high school electives and higher level courses will be taken at the college level, not at the high school level, nor on our high school campus. Our school year schedule and daily schedule will mimic the schedule of IvyTech Community College. Qualified students may start taking college level courses as early as 9th grade. Committed students will be able to earn at least an Associate Degree prior to graduating from our high school—free of charge to the family—fully transferable to a four year university in Indiana and other participating universities across the country. GEO Next Generation High School will provide after school sports and enrichment programs such as basketball, volleyball, track, cross country, cheerleading, dance, theater and music and other activities depending on student interests.
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It is hard to believe that it has been almost 25 years since GEO was launched in my living room. No board. No staff. No
GEO’s “college immersion” approach took a giant step forward this week in Baton Rouge during a press conference with Chancellor Dr. Willie Smith announcing GEO