Students will enter an innovative program that teaches core graduation skills alongside industry internships and computer science


coding-schoolHigh school isn't what it used to be.

That's the consensus of a growing number of educators who say how and what students are taught must change in order to better prepare them for a rapidly changing workforce that demands new skills.

With that goal in mind, a group of 13 Richmond-area school systems have banded together to start a new regional high school that will allow students to meet their core requirements while getting an education focused on computer...

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