St. Louis School In National Spotlight For Music Video

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)-- A St. Louis alternative school has received national attention for its comprehensive program.

Now students at Innovative Concept Academy, better known as ICA, are on the national stage again because of a music video.

Students wrote and produced a music video called ‘Do Right Swag'.

The video is getting national attention because of its positive message.

ICA is an alternative school for students who have made wrong choices, but are getting on the right track by meeting high expectations.

Circuit judge, Jimmie Edwards started ICA four years ago after many of the students got in trouble with the law and ended up in his courtroom.

Now they're making good grades, so they can return to their traditional high school.

That's something to sing about.

Judge Jimmie Edwards and the music video will be featured on the Tavis Smiley Show on PBS next month.

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