- The Academica Network has expanded from the traditional K-12 educational mold into a K-16 network, providing even the neediest students with access to a free, high-quality education including access to college courses whether it is at their brick and mortar school or via Academica Virtual Education’s web portal. Through the use of technology and the implementation of groundbreaking educational initiatives, the Academica Network is able to put education at the fingertips of any child
- Doral College is the first completely integrated college model for high school students of its kind in the charter school industry
- Nine (9) Academica-serviced schools in Florida were recognized in 2014 as “The Best High Schools in America” by both U.S. News and World Report and Newsweek. Only 81 schools in the State of Florida made the US news listing among over 2,000 schools ranked
- Located in one of the city’s most impoverished neighborhoods, SLAM, Sports Leadership and Management academy, opened its doors in 2013, A public charter school for 6th through 12th grade students seeking careers in the Sports Leadership and Management industries
- Nationally, 287 public and 50 private schools were recipients of the 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools award.
The list of recipients includes: