Arts-based charter high school in Derry begins accepting applications
The development is a major milestone for the arts-based school, Chairman Wendie Leweck said Thursday.
The academy will be accepting the applications through March 28. It is also accepting teacher applications through March 28, Leweck said.
The school will serve grades nine through 12 and offer core academics as well as studies in four areas of art: dance, music (including voice), theater and visual arts. Granite State Arts Academy plans to open with all four grades, capping enrollment at 40 pupils per grade or a total of 160 students.
Student application requirements can be found at www.granitestateartsacademy.com.
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