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IMPORTANT UPDATE: STUDENT ENROLLMENT

CURRENT STUDENTS have to complete….-Re-Enrollment Forms that are available for parent signatures at the school from 11am to 5pm, Monday to Friday next week. This will secure current scholars seats for next school year 2020-2021.-These forms will be available going forward but will be due back by April 24th. NEW STUDENTS have to complete both

STATE MANDATED CLOSING

Important Information and Updates Greetings RCA Parents/Guardians: You are now aware of the fact that all schools are operating under a state mandated closing in an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. During this closure, essential personnel continue to work in an effort to ensure our academic progress does not fall behind.

January 28th board meeting

Meeting Agenda for TUESDAY, January 28th, 2020 Renaissance Collegiate Academy-Board Meeting Tuesday, January 28th, 2020 7:00pm Location: 425 Summit Terrace Court, Building 2, Columbia SC 29229 (Multi-Purpose Room) Commencement Time: 7pm 1.Meeting Opening 1.1 Welcome– 1.2 Roll Call– 1.3 Approval of Previous Minutes for the December 10th Meeting 1.4 Review of the School’s Mission and

10 Tennessee Charter Schools Recognized as State Reward Schools

Repeat Honoree and Newcomers Prove Progress is Possible NASHVILLE, Tenn.– The Tennessee Department of Education recently released their annual District and School Accountability results to include this year’s distinguished list of State Reward Schools. These schools represent the top-performing schools across the state – showing noted improvements in terms of achievement and growth for all students

In major victory for public education, Washington State supreme court rules charter schools constitutional

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a historic ruling for public education in Washington, the state’s Supreme Court today ruled in El Centro de la Raza vs. Washington (“El Centro”) that public charter schools are constitutional, upholding their place in the public education system and ensuring current and future charter school students will have access to a high-quality public education. National Alliance

Independent Charter Schools Aim to Elevate Their Status

Students dressed in uniforms standing in military-straight lines under a dangling line of college pennants. An ethos of “no excuses” for low academic achievement. That, perhaps, is the most popular notion of what makes a charter school. And that’s because a relatively small number of charter networks—KIPP, Success Academy, and YES Prep to name a

Board Members 2018-19

Board Meeting Oct 23, 2018