LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Students from all five area public high schools have started registering for classes at the Career Academy in Lafayette. Some classes are available starting in August of 2019.
Project Lead The Way courses and health, culinary and criminal justice are some of the first round of classes being offered.
Lafayette School Corporation Superintendent Les Huddle said preliminary registration numbers will be available by early March. He added it's a relief to know the project is on schedule and going to be ready for students in August.
"We're starting to see not just the bricks and mortar take shape, but we are starting to see the programs now and that's what we went after the Career Academy for so seeing this is just exciting," said Huddle.
After the preliminary registration numbers are available, Huddle says hiring can begin for teachers and staff.
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