"At the Franklin School for Performing Arts, it’s easy to see that success on stage translates into success in the classroom.
For a third year, FSPA has opened the doors to its academy next door to its studio on Main Street. This year, enrollment has nearly doubled, from six to 11 students in the academy’s full-day schooling program for grades 5-11.
The program is a collaboration with the Massachusetts online system, TEC Connections Academy Commonwealth Virtual School (TECCA), a tuition-free virtual public school. By making FSPA a hub for students that see their future on the stage but also require an education, Franklin School for Performing Arts founder Director Raye Lynn Mercer said the academy is looking to create a viable and effective alternative to regular schooling."
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