Utica Shale Academy Gets $200K Grant from State Dept. of Ed.

In August 2014 the Utica Shale Academy (USA), a new high school dedicated to training workers for the Utica Shale industry, opened its doors in Columbiana County with 24 students (see Utica Shale Academy Gets Enough Students to Open, Help from TX Co). USA is a public school, funded by the state–so it costs students and their parents nothing. Last year USA had 44 students, and this year enrollment is already at 62. The big news is that USA (and the local high school where USA shares facilities) has just received a $200,000 grant.

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