The first class of seven adult students will graduate from Career Online High School, Saturday, November 2nd at 2:30pm at the Niceville Career Center in the City Complex.
The students, whose education was interrupted for various reasons, report that they will be able to attend college, get raises and promotions at their jobs and other positive outcomes as a result of their graduation from the accredited, diploma-granting institution.
These graduations were made possible by the scholarships granted by the State Legislature, administered by the Okaloosa County Library Cooperative and earned by the students’ hard work. In addition to the diploma, graduates have earned a career readiness certificate in a field of their choosing.
A total of 16 scholarships have been awarded. Nine other students continue their studies and are working toward graduation.