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Renaissance Academy Charter School Hosting Open House on February 2

On Wednesday, February 2nd, Renaissance Academy Charter School will be hosting an open house from 9-11am or 6-8pm.
OPEN HOUSE
February 2, 2011
9am-11am or 6pm-8pm
rsvp at 610-983-4080 x1134 or jennifer.scherer@rak12.org

The Renaissance Academy is a tuition free, award-winning, college prep, charter school for students in grades K-12 in Phoenixville , Pennsylvania . Open since September 2000, the school offers a college preparatory curriculum to over 930 students from more than 18 surrounding school districts. Its challenging curriculum was designed to encourage students to think objectively and to approach life thoughtfully and creatively.

In addition to the college-preparatory curriculum, the school also offers sports teams, a band and choral program, and a variety of fine arts including world language (K-12), dance, drama, ceramics, graphic design, art, music, yoga and Pilates. Students also have opportunities to participate in theatrical events. Productions for the school include “The Nutcracker”, Class Clowns Improv Troupe, Rock Stars Band, and Friday Night Live Variety Show.

The mission of the Renaissance Academy Charter School is to prepare a diverse cross-section of children for success as students, workers and citizens by providing them with a high quality liberal arts, college preparatory education through creation of a school where high standards, creativity, technological sophistication, high motivation and accountability are the norm. The school aims to achieve lasting gains in students’ academic performance and a life-long love for learning

For more information visit www.rak12.org, call to arrange a tour at 610-983-4080, ext. 1134, or feel free come to our Open House.

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Steve said…
FYI, the open house was postponed to 2/9 because of the weather.

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