National Leader in Serving At-Risk Students will Operate at Vineland High School

VINELAND – Students at Vineland High School who have fallen way behind in their progress because of social, emotional, or behavioral reasons will now get extra support, thanks to a Vineland School District partnership with Camelot Education.
Camelot will manage a program within the high school called Cunningham Academy.
“We at Camelot Education are very proud to bring our model to Cunningham Academy,” said Todd Bock, Camelot CEO. “We are passionate in our mission of working with at-risk students and setting them on a course for success.”
The Vineland School District recognized that Cunningham needed to ensure that students in the program receive a meaningful education. Although the program is largely computer-based, Camelot’s model also deals with the student’s social and emotional needs and ability to focus on the work.
“As we have shown in dozens of school district in several states, we care deeply about our students, we have a culture that works to motivate good habits and we tap into students’ potential to achieve results,” Bock said.
Camelot is a national provider of alternative education programs. The organization is also experienced and culturally competent at serving areas with high Latino populations such as Camden, Lancaster, PA, and Houston.