The non-traditional school being built in Prince William County is on track for an opening in the summer of 2018.
According to a release, the school will serve students from kindergarten through 12th grade, and will “provide a full curriculum and range of services and programs, including internships within the career and technical education trades programs,” stated a release.
The school is being built to provide a learning opportunity for students with special needs and challenges, that need personalized attention and programs they may not receive in a typical Prince William County Schools setting.
Check out our coverage of the ribbon cutting for the non-traditional school.
The non-traditional school will be located at the corner of Joplin and Aden Road in Manassas, and will allow New Directions, New Dominion Alternative Education Centers, and PACE East to merge into one educational campus.
Learn more about the project here:
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