ARTA still going strong

The Ahnapee Regional Technical Academy may have changed a little bit in the almost two years since it was established, but the sense of collaboration is still strong. The partnership is now just between students at Algoma and Kewaunee high schools as they switch buildings for technical education and agriculture classes. Finding ways to offer dual credit courses and exposure to local experts have been important for the collaboration. Algoma Superintendent Nick Cochart says it has been a great partnership. 


Cochart says the kids who have participated in ARTA have really grown as they adapt to new surroundings and enjoy different course offerings. Thursday marked the end of National Career and Technical Education Month. 

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