New school, Indiana Agriculture & Technology, helps grow future farmers
That’s why he’s hoping to be in the first class to graduate from the Indiana Agriculture & Technology School, a free public charter school. Jack recently enrolled in the school, which will serve students in grades 7 through 12. He attended an information session for prospective students Wednesday at the Ivy Tech Community College campus in Anderson. “Basically, I want to learn all the stuff I need to go to college. Mostly, it’s nice to get hands-on experience you don’t get in public school. That can get you ahead, you know,” he said.