GOODYEAR, Arizona – Valor Preparatory Academy of Arizona, the tuition-free hybrid school for grades 6-10, announced its new principal, Daniel Mahlandt, who is joining Valor just ahead of the 2020-2021 school year.
This Fall will mark the hybrid school’s first full year in its state-of-the-art facility, which opened midyear 2019. Its hybrid learning model allows students to learn with teacher-led instruction at school and with independent online courses and lectures at home. This gives students access to the same engaging, award-winning coursework in the classroom and at home– an agile and increasingly desirable learning model given the uncertainty present in today’s unprecedented times.
“Hybrid education is vital – now more than ever – and Valor can give families stability during a time when many parents are concerned about their children’s education being interrupted,” said Daniel Mahlandt, Principal of Valor and Hybrid Learning Specialist. “Our students will get a quality education without disruption, so parents can rest assured knowing their kids will stay on track and not fall behind.”
Because Valor provides students with seamless learning, this allows them to focus on their schoolwork and become college, career, and life ready.
Classes begin on August 3, and students will start the school year exclusively online. Valor is currently accepting enrollment on their website, ValorAZ.org.
ABOUT VALOR PREPARATORY ACADEMY OF ARIZONA
Valor Preparatory Academy of Arizona is a tuition-free school that follows a hybrid learning model, wherein 6-10th grade students get the personalization and flexibility of online learning combined with the structure and support of traditional schools with highly qualified teachers on-site. It’s founded by Arizona trailblazers with nearly two decades’ experience in online charter school leadership. ValorAZ.org.