"University View Academy is proud to enroll children in all grades from impacted school districts, whether the school is private, parochial, or public," said Dr. Luce. He extended this invitation to impacted families in Louisiana and to those families who have relocated here from flooded areas of Texas.
Parents can begin the process immediately by logging into the school's website at www.UniversityView.Academy, visiting the school campus at the Russell J. Henderson Building, 4664 Jamestown Ave., Baton Rouge, or calling the school at 225-421-2900.
Last year, University View Academy accommodated more than 160 students in Louisiana who whose brick-and-mortar school did not reopen on time due to flooding.
"At University View Academy, we are hoping to offer a sense of normalcy for students through our online classes. We are a high-rated public school specializing in college preparation, K through 12, with certified teachers and a state approved curriculum," said Dr. Luce.
Superintendent Luce said students who take this option will not miss a single day of school for the 2017-2018 school year and are welcome to return to their normal school once it is reopened. The school is acting with approval from the Louisiana Department of Education.
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ABOUT UNIVERSITY VIEW ACADEMY University View Academy is the state’s leading provider of high-quality, free public online charter schooling for grades K through 12. As an online charter school, students access their lessons anytime, anywhere with a computer offered by the school.