Advanced Business Academy (ABA) has about 115 students and Career-Oriented Business Readiness Academy (COBRA) has about 60, the newspaper reported.
The goal of the academies, as reported last year at Lakeville Patch, is to allow for real-world opportunities and give
advantages to students who are applying to universities or seeking other
post-secondary education options.
“To me, it’s really about career exploration,” Principal Marne Berkvam told the Star Tribune.