Learn about the Rhode Island state’s public charter schools

[ 0 ] January 10, 2013 |

The RI League of Charter Schools is holding two Charter Public School Fairs in January.

classThese fairs will give families a chance to speak with school representatives and learn more about the 15 Rhode Island public charter schools. Dates and information on the fairs are listed below. Click this link for contact information for the schools, and details about the communities and grades they serve.

  • Tuesday, January 15
    5:30-7:30 PM
    Blackstone Academy Charter School (334 Pleasant Street, Pawtucket)
  • Tuesday, January 29
    5:30-7:30 PM
    Times2 Academy (50 Fillmore Street, Providence)

The 2013 Charter Public School Fairs, free and open to all members of the public, will provide families the opportunity to speak with school representatives and learn more about the League’s 15 charter public schools in Rhode Island.

On either date, learn more about our 15 schools:

  • Academy for Career Exploration
  • Beacon Charter High School for the Arts
  • Blackstone Academy Charter School
  • The Compass School
  • The Greene School
  • Highlander Charter School
  • International Charter School
  • Kingston Hill Academy
  • The Learning Community
  • NEL/CPS Construction Career Academy
  • Paul Cuffee School
  • R.I. Nurses Institute Middle College Charter School
  • The Segue Institute for Learning
  • Times2 Academy
  • Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts
  • For more information, please contact Steve Nardelli: (401) 831-3700 x114 or stevenardelli@richarterschools.com

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