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  • School offers hope to expelled students

    McAdams Academy serves students who have been expelled or received long- term suspensions. It is affiliated with Youth for Christ and has received a grant from Sedgwick County to establish an alternative educational program. It enables students to gain educational credits while out of the public school system. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle) Correction: A label in the video misspells one of the student's names. It should be Maniah instead of Mariah.

School offers hope to expelled students

McAdams Academy serves students who have been expelled or received long- term suspensions. It is affiliated with Youth for Christ and has received a grant from Sedgwick County to establish an alternative educational program. It enables students to gain educational credits while out of the public school system. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle) Correction: A label in the video misspells one of the student's names. It should be Maniah instead of Mariah.
fsalazar@wichitaeagle.com