Huntsville, AL - A new state magnet school is being established in Huntsville. The Alabama School of Cyber & Engineering Foundation will be handling donations and local contributions for the project.
AeroJet Rocketdyne donated $5,400 to the ASCE Foundation to assist with the development of vision and concepts in support of Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering. John Myers, Vice President, Finance Operations and Carla Broussard, Director, Strategy, Marketing, and Community Ventures at Aerojet Rocketdyne presented the check to ASCE Foundation President Alicia Ryan and Board Members at a reception on November 12, 2018.
In 2020, it will start 10 & 11 grade with 50 students in each class. In the second year, 9th grade will be added. And it will continue to expand until it goes from 7-12th grade.
"We need the support from our community if we're going pull to this together and get it open in 2020. We need industry to stand up and take a stand to help us create a technology-driven high school," Ryan stressed. "It's exciting to me to see children who didn't even know they had these abilities and now they have the access to the right people to help teach it to them."
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