RRISD offering 'non-traditional' high school
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9/24/2013

Round Rock ISD will break ground today on a new high school, but it's not one you would consider "traditional".

Success high school caters to students who just don't seem to fit in in a regular school setting.  The district's Joy Lynn Occhiuizzi says, "Not all students to very well in a 3000 student high school.  And a campus like 'Success High School' allows kids to do acceleration, it allows them to make up any credits that they need to get behind them.  And it also allows them to work full time and go to school."

Occhuizzi says currently success is housed in portables on another campus, but when the $25 million project is complete, the students will have their own school to call home along with a new name that has yet to be determined.


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