6-19-2017 – Norco – The Hybrid School of Innovation Ribbon Cutting Ceremony took place Monday, June 19 at 9 a.m. at John F. Kennedy Middle College High School. The school will open Fall of 2017.
Hybrid and Blended are names used to describe a learning environment in which students receive some instruction through traditional face-to-face learning experiences with the remainder delivered through online learning activities. The new school will be housed on the JFK campus and will feature flexible, immersive, technology-rich learning environments designed to adapt to students individual learning needs. By blending the flexibility of online learning with traditional face-to-face instruction, every students enrolled in the Hybrid School of Innovation will receive a personalized learning plan with educational options specifically tailored to their learning requirements. Flexible scheduling and personalization ensures that every student will have the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential in a way that is best suited for their particular learning style.
The Hybrid School of Innovation will open this fall with grade 9 and is expected to grow up and down a grade level each year, ultimately servicing grades 7 -12.
To learn more about the Hybrid School of Innovation, please visit: http://www.cnusd.k12.ca.us/HybridHS. #CNUSDHSOI
Check out a few photos from the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony below!