The Diocese of Burlington’s St. Therese Digital Academy

St. Therese Digital Academy is an online Catholic High School currently in development by the Diocese of Burlington. The diocese is currently running a survey asking for input on the project and would like parishioners of all Vermont parishes to take it. Dependent on survey response it is projected that the academy will be open for enrollment by September of 2016. Please consider taking the survey by clicking here.

Survey link:
http://www.vermontcatholic.org/digitalacademy/

From the diocese’s web page: “Grounded in the firm foundation of our Catholic Faith, St. Therese Digital Academy will work with parents in their roles as primary educators by offering a full 4 year on-line Catholic High School with flexible options to assist in their child’s education, while also providing weekly opportunities for social and spiritual formation at locations to be determined. Our goal is to develop well-grounded disciples of Jesus Christ who possess 21st century skills that equip them to fulfill their roles as members of the Body of Christ within today’s society. The Diocese needs your valuable input in this new endeavor, and asks that you please complete our survey to help us best serve the Church and its future disciples within a digital culture.”

To take the survey click here.

Link:
http://www.vermontcatholic.org/digitalacademy/

2 comments on “The Diocese of Burlington’s St. Therese Digital Academy”

  1. Your survey is very limiting. It is only geared toward parents of potential students of the digital academy. Their opinions are certainly valuable, but how about the rest of us who do not have children of school age, but who are very supportive of Catholic education? Do our opinions count?

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