Support Village Academy Charter School

We, the undersigned, declare residency within Greenville County School District and support the creation of Village Academy Charter School. We understand that the elementary school will be located within Greenville County and will be a tuition free school of choice proposed to open in the Fall of 2012.

It is the mission of Village Academy Charter School to serve a diverse group of students through innovative educational programming in a supportive atmosphere that encourages academic excellence.

 

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    sonia mcjunkin, United States

    4 years ago Comments: please let me know when i can enroll my little girl and any other information on the school and programs it will offer and curricalum please i am very interested in having an option for my child other than being told that my child has to go to a certain school and that i have no say in the matter. i hope that you offer some things like the goddard school offers to children for even the children in pre-k and k-5 like starting foreign languages etc because a normal family like mine would love for our children to benifitt from programs and curricalum thats the goddard school offers but we cant afford to pay the tuition or fees that they want so that we as parents can give our children the same advantages as the more weathy parents can give their children. i am all for a school that i can choose to send my little girl to and not be told i have to send her to whatever school i happen to live in the distric for.
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    Robert Williams, United States

    4 years ago Comments: My son is about turn4 and We are very interested in this school and program . Anything we can do to show support please include us. Our Address is Robert Williams 26 Traxler St. Greenville SC 29607
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    Lesa Dixon, United States

    4 years ago Comments: I am VERY excited about this school!
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