In a joint collaboration between Carl Albert State College – Sallisaw and Sallisaw High School, the two educational institutions are set to unveil a new innovative classroom equipped with Zoom technology on October 24, at 1 p.m. on the Sallisaw High School campus.
The classroom has been thoughtfully designed to pair the varying school colors and branding together, and to create a comfortable environment for SHS students to take CASC classes without stepping foot off the high school’s campus.
Statistics prove the value of the concurrent education model. More than 50 percent of students in LeFlore and Sequoyah counties who take concurrent classes before graduating from high school will continue their post-secondary education, as opposed to students who do not take concurrent classes.
Of the Oklahoma colleges and universities with established concurrent enrollment, CASC has led the state for increased concurrent enrollment in the fall 2019 semester.
CASC would like to invite the media to join with community supporters, CASC donors, and CASC employees for light refreshments as they celebrate the collaboration with SHS and unveil the innovative classroom.