Military presence spikes Okaloosa student populations (VIDEO)

Published: Friday, April 26, 2013 at 02:11 PM.

Lowery-Sexton said her school could facilitate growth, if it happens. Around 80 students already attend LHS on waivers that allow students to attend a school outside their designated zone.   

Last fall, Laurel Hill became the county’s first school to offer an iPad-based curriculum.

"Our main interest is to increase the technology use in the school," Lowery-Sexton said. "It’s a great opportunity for kids to be prepared for an electronic society and gain those skills that make them competitive."

Contact News Bulletin Staff Writer Matthew Brown at 850-682-6524 or Follow him on Twitter @cnbMatthew.

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