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Virtual school in Waukesha starts enrollment process

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The Waukesha personal injury lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. have learned that the virtual school in the Waukesha School District has started to recruit students for the 2012-2013 school year.

The virtual school changed it’s name this year due to the discontinuation of their partnership with their current online logistics provider. The school has now been deemed the eAchieve Academy. The enrollment process began at the beginning of the month, and so far more than 400 applications have been received for the school.

Officials of the virtual school are pleased with this large number, because they are now marketing their services under the new name. The school is known for enrolling roughly 700 full-time students, and 300 part-time students each year. These students live all over the state of Wisconsin and communicate with their teachers and classmates solely through the internet.

To learn more about the enrollment process, please visit the Journal Sentinel today.