TRECA is committed to delivering the convenience and flexibility of online learning without compromising quality. Through our full-time, part-time, summer school, test prep, and technical programs, our students learn within a comprehensive and interactive curriculum that meets all of Ohio’s Learning Standards. We’re a non-profit organization whose mission is ensuring every student has meaningful learning experiences despite the obstacles they may face.
No two schools are exactly alike. Some have large classes, and others have small classes. Some focus on preparing students for college and standardized tests, while others emphasize creativity or technical skills. At TRECA, we believe each student has unique educational needs and passions, so you can't make education any one thing. For students to succeed, we believe their individual needs have to come first. That's why we built our philosophy around one idea: helping students find their own paths through school and beyond.
I love the flexibility and the high standard of curriculum! I feel like the educators can provide a better and more private level of instruction for the students.
TRECA is great at helping students complete work at their own pace and provides students a safe learning environment.
TRECA has changed our life and our family. They have shown our son that it is fun to learn!
At TRECA, I have been able to take advanced classes early in my high school education that I can't find anywhere else.
The teachers are really on top of the students and are very encouraging! TRECA also does a great job of getting parents involved.
We strive to provide all students with a meaningful online learning experience, despite the obstacles they may face. We work with each student to understand his or her unique situation to eliminate as many barriers to learning as possible. From day one, we also work to build relationships—both inside and outside of the classroom. We also want to help students understand the lasting value of education and that learning will still be a big part of their lives even after they finish school.
Every student faces obstacles. They take different shapes and forms, but one of our biggest beliefs is that student success is dependent on removing these barriers. Our staff works with each student to understand his or her unique situation and eliminate as many barriers to learning as possible.
Both in the classroom and out, we believe students need to be equipped with relational skills to help them be successful in all walks of life: their jobs, their families, their friends, their futures. And to do this, we start by building meaningful connections with our students from day one!
"When will I ever use this?" We've all asked this question at some point. At TRECA, we want to help students see why education is important, how it connects to future goals, and that it can be fun in the process!
Our journey began in 2001, the year we became one of the first e-schools in the state of Ohio. In our first year, we served almost 700 students, a number that has grown to over 2,000. From the very beginning, we have always focused on one thing: our students. We know that providing them with a successful educational experience requires putting their needs first, which is what we've done every step of the way.
At TRECA, we believe that every student, regardless of their situation, should have more educational control and flexibility. For more information on our online learning programs, please contact us today.
The Board of Directors hold regular meetings on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, at 107 N. Main Street, Marion, Ohio 43302.
The next meeting will be held on June 22nd, in the 2nd floor conference room at 107 N. Main Street, Marion, Ohio 43302. The regular meeting will begin at 9am.
The TRECA Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC) reviews coursework and professional development activities completed by staff members to determine if requirements have been met.
The LPDC meets at least three times a year. The next scheduled meeting will be posted as soon as the time and location become available.
The parties in the Doe v. Ohio Department of Education class action have submitted a proposed settlement to the U.S. District Court for approval. Please use the link below to view the proposal.