Anniston High School holds a ribbon-cutting for an academy that will help students with significant cognitive delays or health impairment disabilities succeed inside the classroom and in the real world. Transition Academy prepares students to work in an environment outside of high school; making their lives an easier transition from high school to postsecondary. Anniston City Schools Special Education Director Gwendolyn Baker says this is their Career Tech. Jacksonville State University’s Transition University serves as an inspiration for the project at Anniston High School. Representatives from the University attended today’s ceremony and say that Transition Academy can be a bridge between the two programs. There are 14 students enrolled in Transition Academy.