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Academic Year

The period of time during which most classes are held at an educational institution. A student must accomplish a certain number of classes or credit hours each academic year in order to remain eligible for federal or other financial aid.
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There is one all-through free school academy: Batley Grammar School and one middle school: BBG Academy.
IRVINE ACADEMY OF PERFORMING ARTS AKA IRVINE DANCE ACADEMY
Those who earned appointments to the Naval Academy are Robert Doyle and Ryan Marko, Saugus High; Tyler Hawkins, Canyon High; Blake Moore, Hart High; and Stuart Murphy, Barstow High.
Allegations of religious harassment and official preference toward evangelical Christianity were brought to Americans United's attention by Mikey Weinstein, an Albuquerque AU member whose son, Curtis, is a cadet at the Academy.
In short, the panel claimed (in the words of an Academy press release) that "the accuracy of responses in gun-use surveys .
This year the Academy is adding a third university-level year.
It is believed that one of the primary reasons for the extraordinary success of this program is that a culture of collaboration was created between students and parents which extended beyond the Saturday Academy and into the home.
Last January, the district spent about $700,000 to develop a 22-station computer lab (available to all students during the day) at each academy site.
Well aware of their workforce plight, Twin Cities agribusiness leaders have embraced the Ag Academy concept.
Participants must take 64 hours of Academy curriculum to build functional expertise and 16 hours of courses to build personal attributes and leadership qualities.
To widen their educational horizons and encourage higher education, the Healthcare Academy provides college tours and shows how to correctly complete college applications.
Although the courses at the Academy for Continuing Education are slightly more expansive than average, Muller believes that they are well worth the extra price.

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