2013-08-01 20:10:00 - Visions In Education high school graduate Kirkland Brandenburg has graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York.
Visions In Education (Visions) graduate Kirkland (Kirk) Covington Brandenburg's family announced that he will be graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management on Friday, August 9th. Kirk is a 2009 graduate of Visions and his teacher was Megan Kammerer. Kirk's has three sisters who have also attended Visions; while two are continuing, one sister has also graduated.
Kirk's mother, Bridget shares, "He is currently doing a leadership training camp at Buckner (across the river from West Point). When he is done with that he will graduate with about 15 other guys (including the quarterback of the football team). He has about 8 weeks off before he has
to report to Fort Sill in Oklahoma. It is an exciting time for him."
About Visions In Education:
A fully accredited K-12 Charter School that offers a tuition-free public education which enables students to learn in an educational environment that fits their schedule and individual learning style. Visions offers a home school program for K-12 students where their parents are the primary instructors, and they receive the full support of a credentialed teacher who facilitates state testing and provides curriculum support. In addition, Visions' independent learning and online high school students work one-on-one with teachers in an individualized learning plan. All of Visions' programs allow their students and families a flexible schedule to maximize their academic success. Visions In Education serves 4,300 students in Amador, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Solano, Sutter, and Yolo counties.