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Model Overview

Program Overview

2011
Year Launched
9 - 12
Blended Grades
550
Enrolled

Implementation Q & A

What was one of your biggest challenges when going blended, and how did you overcome it?


The biggest obstacles the school has faced have been learning how to implement the blended-learning models into the school day and finding high-quality online content providers for all subjects. The school is still looking into finding additional quality content providers, but the administrators feel they have a solid and workable blended-learning model in place.

Blended Subjects

Math
Science
World Languages

Program Focus

General

School Overview

Danville Independent Schools is a small district south of Lexington, Kentucky with one middle school and one high school. The district first became interested in blended learning in 2009 while it was exploring new ways for teachers to shed some administrative responsibilities and focus on teaching the curriculum. Administrators visited High Tech High School and three blended-learning schools in New York, including School of One and School of the Future. From those visits, administrators knew they wanted to combine project-based learning and blended learning, so they started experimenting with ALEKS and other online programs. An NGLC Wave IV Launch winner, the district used the funding to implement a whole-school blended-learning model at both the middle school and high school during the 2013-14 school year.

Ratings Source: GreatSchools

Community Rating

GreatSchools Rating

5

out of 10

School Contact

Contact: Brian Gover

Contact Title: Director of Technology

Address:
Danville High School
203 E Lexington Ave
Danville, Kentucky
40422
United States

Telephone: (859)-238-1308

Danville High School's Website

Demographics

498
Total Students
62%
FRL
--
ELL

Student Ethnicity

State Test Scores Source: GreatSchools

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Blended Program Launched 2011