School district helps students who don’t fit in at traditional schools

An electric dune buggy made by high school students in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) — Clark County school administrators know some kids don’t learn best in a classroom setting.

But that doesn’t mean they can’t graduate.

Desert Rose High School is very different from what you think of when you think of high school. This one gives kids practical job skills so they’re ready to work once they graduate.

For instance, I’m standing where students learn how to do electrical wiring, a useful job skill.

And we knew this place was different when we showed up and the kids showed off an electrical car they built here. Read More


About Alex Campbell
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