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JEREMIAH STEWART, 18, presents his Power Point final exhibition to friends, family and classmates at Shenandoah High School. He built a computer from the bottom up. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

SHENANDOAH HIGH - Jeremiah Stewart, 18, of Folsom presents his Power Point final exhibition to friends, family and classmates present at Shenandoah High School, in El Dorado on Friday. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Prospecting

Shenandoah invites community input on virtual learning

By From page B2 | June 10, 2011

After becoming El Dorado County’s first public charter high school in 2002, Shenandoah High School, located at 6540 Koki Lane in Diamond Springs, has produced nine years of successful young leaders through its rigorous and innovative curriculum.
Looking to progress even further towards a learning system that reaches all students with a range of different learning styles, needs, and goals, Shenandoah invites the community to take part in discussions about the school’s newest direction toward virtual learning.

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