Young Audiences Charter School Open House to be held March 1, 2018

YOUNG AUDIENCES CHARTER SCHOOL TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS ON MARCH 1
Arts-integrated school expanding to high school in 2019
Young Audiences Charter School (YACS), the only arts-integrated charter school in Jefferson Parish, invites prospective students, along with their families, to attend an Open House on Thursday, March 1, 5:30pm to learn more about the school. The sessions will be held at Young Audiences Charter School, 1407 Virgil Street in Gretna.
“We are proud to be a part of this diverse community and to continue to provide a high-quality, open enrollment, arts-integrated education for all children,” said School Leader Brandon House. “We are excited to be expanding to high school in 2019 and offering the opportunity for our students to attend a full K-12 school. Our recent test scores prove that we are ready to take YACS to a new level!”
Young Audiences Charter School also invites prospective students and families to schedule a tour of the school if they cannot attend the Open House.
Young Audiences Charter School is currently open to any Jefferson Parish student entering Kindergarten through 8th grade. YACS will be expanding to High School in 2019 to eventually become a full K-12 school. YACS will be opening a new middle and high school campus that will be completed by the 2019-2020 school year, located near the school.
Parents are encouraged to visit the school’s website www.yacharterschool.org, call (504) 304-6332 or e-mail info@yacharterschool.org for enrollment information.
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