ATLANTA -- Georgia Connections Academy, the state's first public virtual charter school, has planned more information sessions across the state.
The tuition-free school, which recently earned accolades from the parents of current students, is expanding from K-8 to K-12 for the 2012-13 school year.
"Good things are happening in public education, and we're proud to be a leader in the future of great schooling in our state," GACA principal Heather Robinson said in a statement. "We look forward to welcoming more elementary, middle and now high schoolers next year."
Information sessions in metro Atlanta include: