Frequently Asked Questions About North Carolina Connections Academy

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Who is eligible to attend North Carolina Connections Academy (NCCA)

In its first year, NCCA will serve students residing in North Carolina who are entering grades K–11. The school will add one grade per year, until serving students in grades K–12.

What kind of technology does my family need to participate?

Families enrolling in NCCA should visit the hardware and connectivity page for full details.

Does Connections Academy provide services and accommodations for students with disabilities?

For students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) Connections Academy provides a continuum of virtual special education services that range from consultation, curriculum accommodation and modification, collaboration with learning coaches and general education teachers, to virtual direct instruction. Connections Academy provides students with IEPs with related services, that may include virtual speech language and virtual occupational therapy, as determined by the IEP team. For eligible students with disabilities who do not require special education, Connections Academy develops (as needed) and implements Section 504 plans that detail appropriate accommodations and modifications.

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