SALEM — Four locals walked across the stage to receive diplomas on June 8 as part of the Oregon Connections Academy graduation in Salem. Marcus Jellison and Michaela Hicks, of Ontario, Antonia Edwards, of Vale, and Spencer Abril, of Adrian, were a part of the 11th graduating class of the online school.

Over half of Oregon Connections Academy’s class of 2019 indicated they plan to attend a two or four-year college or university. While the numbers are still being tabulated, those seeking higher education after graduation have so far earned more than $1.5 million in scholarships and grant awards.

Oregon Connections Academy is a fully-online K-12 public school that students attend from home or anywhere there is an internet connection. Oregon Connections Academy served more than 4,300 students in grades K-12 across the state this school year.

Enrollment for the 2019-20 school year is currently open for Oregon Connections Academy.

The school hosts a variety of free sessions for prospective families and students who want to learn more about the engaging online education program. For more details about enrollment and sessions go to http://www.oregonconnections academy.com/Events or call (800) 382–6010.

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