NewsLocal NewsIndianapolis


Thrival Academy students leave for 3-month trip to Thailand

Thrival Academy.JPG
Posted at 8:29 AM, Jan 04, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-04 08:29:30-05

INDIANAPOLIS — A new program at Indianapolis Public Schools is giving students a chance to immerse themselves in another culture by traveling across the world and being a part of it.

Thrival Academy started as a pilot program last year and is now a full high school within the campus of Arsenal Technical High School.

The program is open to high school juniors and there are currently close to 40 students enrolled.

Those students spent the first semester of this school year in the classroom, learning about the language and the culture of Thailand.

Those same students will spend the next three months in the country, as part of the project-based curriculum.

While studying abroad, students will learn about migration, conservation, mining, development, farming and agriculture.

MORE TOP STORIES| Body found in dumpster at apartments on Indy’s south side | Video shows Geurin Catholic cheerleaders bullying classmate | Indiana woman killed in North Carolina lion attack | Photos show damage from explosion at Carmel High School | Car dealer agrees to pay $62K to customers after Attorney General files lawsuit

Top Trending Videos