Anne Stanich

Anne Stanich

Secondary English Teacher

Anne Stanich is an English teacher at Indiana Career Connections Academy. She’s been teaching since 2009 and started teaching at INCC in 2017. Ms. Stanich earned her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in 2009 and also has an associate degree in computer programming. She shares her teaching journey below:

“I always wanted to be teacher, even though I took a roundabout way to get there. There is nothing more satisfying than helping young people reach their goals and lay the groundwork for a successful life. It is exciting to see their engagement, progress, ideas, and creativity in all they do! It is inspiring to see our amazing students work hard to reach their personal and educational goals!

There are many benefits to teaching at an online school. Most important is the opportunity to get to know my students. I feel like I know my students better than I did in a bricks-and-mortar school. I have more individual interactions with students and can adapt our schedule and curriculum to meet their educational needs. Our school is small and personal. We take great pride in getting to know our students and helping them achieve their personal, educational, and career goals. Our teachers are proactive in customizing the educational experience for all students.

I love teaching at Indiana Career Connections Academy because I love the opportunity to be a part of a positive and innovative community.

— Ms. Stanich

An education at Indiana Career Connections Academy helps prepare students for a successful future because students are challenged every day with a rigorous curriculum. Beyond their daily lessons, students learn valuable skills about motivation, organization, time management, and advocating for themselves. They are really in the driver’s seat when it comes to their education.

In my spare time, I like to hang out with my friends and family, work in my garden, go to concerts (I love the Dave Matthews Band), and kayak on Eagle Creek.”